Spinster's Rock

Spinster's Rock is a Neolithic dolmen situated in a farm field near Drewsteignton in Devon, England. The dolmen consist of three granite stones supporting a capstone.

The monument was erected around 3500 - 2500 BC, but fell down in 1862. It was re-erected in the same year.

It's believed that Spinster's Rock was once part of a ceremonial site including stone circles and stone rows. Unfortunately, Spinster's Rock is the only remaining feature of this ceremonial site.

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