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Hordron Edge stone circle

Hordron Edge stone circle
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Hordron Edge stone circle is located in Derbyshire
Hordron Edge stone circle
Location in Derbyshire
Location Derbyshire
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Type Stone circle
History
Periods Bronze Age

Hordron Edge stone circle is a Bronze Age stone circle (grid reference SK2152486851) in Derbyshire, England. It is on the edge of Moscar Moor. Ladybower reservoir is to the west, and Moscar Cross is to the northeast.

The stone circle is approximately 15 to 16 m (49 to 52 ft) in diameter, with eleven stones between 45 cm and 95 cm high extant upright.[1]

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