Broomend of Crichie
Bronze Age Henge, Stone Circle and Pictish Symbol Stone
South of Inverurie, Aberdeenshire  OS Map Ref NJ77921967
OS Maps - Landranger 38 (Aberdeen), Explorer 421 (Ellon & Inverurie)




Click and drag your mouse in the picture to scroll around Broomend of Crichie henge. There are three stones within the henge earthworks, the initial view is of one standing to the northeast (compass arrow indicates north), another stands to the left (northwest) and between them the northern causeway entrance can be seen where a slight path through the grass passes over it. The third stone to the south is a pictish symbol stone that was moved here in recent times - the carvings are on the opposite face. A second southern causeway is located just beyond this as well as further standing stone about 90 metres away hidden by the clump of tall grass to the left of the houses. This panorama was shot in the rain with a compact camera and no tripod.

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