Maen Ceti (Arthur's Stone)

This giant boulder perched precariously on a few small uprights is one of the most famous prehistoric stone monuments in Wales. Superbly situated on the top of a long ridge called Cefn Bryn, this monument does not fit into any of the established categories of Neolithic chambered tombs. There is no clear trace of a covering cairn: just a low bank of stones around the sunken area.

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1. Place the pointer over the scene.
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2. Press and hold Option/Shift or Control.

  • To zoom in, hold down the Shift key.
  • To zoom out, hold down the Control key.

You can move the pointer to change your view while zooming.

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