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The “recumbent stone circle” in the parish of Leochel-Cushnie, Aberdeenshire, was reported by the site’s current farm and was considered unusual for its small diameter and relatively small stones.
Historic Environment Scotland and Aberdeenshire council’s archaeology service celebrated it as an authentic discovery and continued their research until being contacted by the former owner who said they had built it as a replica in the mid-1990s.

#^https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/jan/21/ancient-scottish-stone-circle-was-built-in-1990s
«Лежащий каменный круг» в приходе Леошель-Кушни, Абердиншир, был зарегистрирован и считался необычным из-за небольшого диаметра и относительно небольших камней.
Историческая Служба Археологии Шотландии и Совета Абердиншира зарегистрировала это как подлинное открытие и продолжала свои исследования, пока с ними не связался бывший владелец, который сказал, что он создал объект в середине 1990-х годов.

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