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On the edge of the Monmouthshire village of Trellech stand these three stones, known as Harold's Stones. They date from far before King Harold's time - probably from the Bronze Age. It is thought that there was a fourth stone in the alignment which was destroyed in the 18th Century.

Harold's Stones at Trellech in Monmouthshire
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