The Menhir are large upright standing stones often to be found singly as monoliths or as part of a group of similar stones. Their size can vary considerably; but their shape is generally uneven and squared, often tapering towards the top. They originate from many different periods across pre-history and were erected as part of a larger Megalithic culture that flourished in Europe and beyond.

The Boulderstone


England, United Kingdom.


(OS Ref: SJ 980 181)

Carningli Standing Stone


Mynydd Carningli


Wales, United Kingdom.


OS Ref (GB): SN062379 / Sheet: OL 35

The Donard Ogham Stone



County Wicklow

The Republic of Iteland

OS Ref (IE): S931977 - Sheet: 56

Penhros Feilw



Wales, United Kingdom.


(O.S. Sheet 114, SH227809)

The Warstone



West Midlands

England, United Kingdom.


OS Ref (GB): SP058877 - Sheet: 139