Menhirs of Les Jumeaux

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Menhirs of Les Jumeaux

The menhirs of Les Jumeaux (also called menhirs of Kerbernès or Parc-ar-Min-Zoun ) are two menhirs near the hamlet of Clojou on the edge of the monumental Forêt de Duault , south of Saint-Servais in the Côtes-d'Armor department in the Brittany in France .

The menhirs are 8.2 m apart (distance between the tips), but do not form a row of stones .

  • Menhir 1 is 3.1 m high. Its base is triangular (1.4 × 1.0 × 0.8 m).
  • Menhir 2 is pyramidal with a diamond-shaped base. It is 4.6 m high, 1.6 m wide and 0.85 m thick.

Both menhirs are made of granite and were classified as Monument historique in 1925 .

Nearby are the Allée couverte Toul an Urz and the Menhir von Kerangler (also called Menhir von Rosvilliou ).

See also


  • Loïc Langouët: Les mégalithes de l'arrondissement de Saint-Brieuc , Institut Culturel de Bretagne, 2005, ISBN 9788682209805 , p. 77

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Coordinates: 48 ° 22 '47.8 "  N , 3 ° 23' 32.1"  W.