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Lee K wrote a review Sep 2019
Prairie Village, Kansas841 contributions291 helpful votes
This is an unrestored dolmen that is worth the time to visit. It is free and there is a short video to discuss this and other dolmens.
Date of experience: September 2019
Sue B wrote a review Aug 2019
Chateaubriant, France43 contributions6 helpful votes
Well worth the trip. It’s free you can watch a short video about the stones. The staff are very friendly and you can get all the information in English. Take a picnic and sit out side with tables providing. Lots of french families seam to do this.
Date of experience: August 2019
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retengr wrote a review Jun 2019
Sarasota, Florida143 contributions19 helpful votes
This is an apparently unrestored dolmen whose earthen covering vanished at some point. The stones are huge and the contact points where the horizontal stones are supported by the vertical stones are amazingly small. There are english brochures and a good visitors center. Being able to move around and inside the structure without others crowding in made this visit extra special. Highly recommended.…
Date of experience: June 2019
garryburns36 wrote a review Feb 2019
Coesmes, France110 contributions15 helpful votes
Worth travelling out of Esse to visit this ancient burial site,it is a little off the beaten track,but the chambers are fascinating,also a little farm nearby selling wonderful honey.
Date of experience: August 2018
HMac_2013 wrote a review Jul 2017
Santa Fe, New Mexico1,533 contributions663 helpful votes
If you are a fan of, even somewhat interested in, ancient megalithic menhirs, dolmens and "allees couvertes" and if you're anywhere near Rennes in Brittany, France, this is a must see. It's hard to find, but once there it is the most impressive structure in the most peaceful, calm, beautiful country setting you can imagine. We chose to visit by slight detour on the way from Finistere, Brittany to Paris, and were oh so glad we did.…
Date of experience: July 2017