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13 Awesome Stone Circles

A few days ago, you read about Clonehenges, art installations that are made to resemble the original Stonehenge. You might not realize that Stonehenge is far from the only ancient stone circle in the UK, and there are some in Europe and North America as well. WebEcoist looks at 13 of these circles, including the pictured Avebury Stone Circle in England, which is bigger and older than Stonehenge! Link

On Bolinas Ridge Rd, in the Mt Tam State Park, just north of San Francisco, there is a mysterious small stone circle that I discovered many years ago. No idea why it is there. The circle can not be seen from the road and is on the seaward side of the road, on the top of a hill. It can be seen on Google maps but looks like it has been vandalized.
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Speaking of the SF Bay area, there's also the stone labyrinth, though not very ancient, in Sibley Volcanic Preserve in the hills over Oakland.
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