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It is composed of 38 free standing stones, some up to 3 metres (10 feet) high.It is one of Britain's earliest stone circles dating back to the Neolithic period 4000 to 5000 years ago. Three stone axes have been discovered inside the circle.The discovery, near the famous Castlerigg Stone Circle, is thought to date back to the first century and has solved a mystery spanning hundreds of years.Historians always predicted there was a Roman presence in the Keswick area and now the underground remains of an ancient structure the size of eight football pitches has been found.Subscribe now and start emailing singles in New Brunswick today!Browse our Keswick personal ads, send an email and start a relationship with your match. She found him in a personals ad on Match.com's Keswick personals Web site.He explained: “It could have been an important part of the first push to ‘Romanise’ the area, perhaps as early as 70AD , a militarisation that extended across the county for 300 years.It possibly serviced campaigns into Scotland and acted as a base for soldiers heading north, or withdrawing.” English Heritage has been informed and while there are no immediate plans to organise a formal dig, Mr Graham said it would be the only way to accurately date the structure.
Wi Fi is available in public areas and is free of charge.The holiday home also has a wellness area, where guests can make the most of facilities like a sauna and a hot tub.Both a bicycle rental service and a car rental service are available at Tithe Cottage, while hiking can be enjoyed nearby.Indoor pools allow you to practice your backstroke come rain or shine, whereas outdoor options allow you to relax on a sun lounger after swimming a few lengths.One of Britain's most impressive prehistoric monuments sits on a low hill to the east of Keswick with a ring of mountains surrounding it.
Castlerigg Stone Circle was one of the first sites to be covered under the Ancient Monuments Protection Act in 1888 and in 1913 it was acquired by the National Trust through the efforts of Canon Rawnsley.