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Lligwy Burial Chamber, Moelfre

Categories: Ruins, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web
Lligwy Burial Chamber is a Neolithic burial chamber in Lligwy, near the east coast of Anglesey, Wales, United Kingdom. It consists of a circle of upright stones, made into a low chamber by a very large roof slab estimated at 25 tonnes. Excavation in 1909 found the remains of some 15 to 30 people, and pottery suggesting a late Neolithic date.Close to the village of Moelfre, the site is within a few metres of the road, where there is room to leave a single car for short periods.
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  • If you're in the area by all means have a look at this, as it is very intriguing, but it is a small burial chamber. 
  • We visit LLigwy Burial Chamber a year ago on our way back home but this year we went back again and took a closer look. It is now fenced in may be because many people thought to graffiti it or other t...  read more »
  • We followed the signpost (Din Lligwy Ancient Village) as we left Lligwy Beach (go straight over at the crossroads). Lane wide enough to park on. Access to the Roman era Din Lligwy Hut Circle is throug...  read more »
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