Carnac

Carnac (kärnäk') , town (1993 est. pop. 4,322), Morbihan dept., NW France, in Brittany, at the foot of the Quiberon peninsula. It is the site of remarkable megalithic monuments, particularly the menhir. The menhirs, formerly ascribed to the druids, extend along the coast in 11 parallel...
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Carnac

Site of prehistoric megaliths in Brittany, France, where remains of tombs and stone alignments of the period 2000 to 1500 BC (Neolithic and early Bronze Age) are found. Stones removed for local...
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Carnac

Site of prehistoric megaliths in Brittany, France, where remains of tombs and stone alignments of the period 2000 to 1500 BC (Neolithic and early Bronze Age) are found. Stones removed for local building have left some gaps in the alignments. There are various groups of menhirs round the village of Carnac in the département o...
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Carnac

village, Morbihan département, Bretagne region, western France, near the Atlantic coast, just southwest of Auray. It is the site of more than 3,000 ... [1 related articles]
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