Ancient Stones
A Guide to Standing Stones & Stone Circles in the South of Scotland.


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Introduction

Fife, or as the locals like it to be known, the Kingdom of Fife, is located on the north side of the Firth of Forth and covers some 1300 square km of generally arable farmland with some small upland areas. The ancient stones of this region are mostly isolated standing stones with a small number of stone circles and named stones. With only a handful of sites visited out of some 50 or so possible sites, I do not feel qualified, as yet, to give much in the way of guidance on this area. However, I hope to add a good number of sites during the coming year. The Kingdom of Fife also has a rich variety on named natural rock features and caves, many of which I hope to include here.

004 The Borestone, Culross.

 

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