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Menhir de la Tremblais stands alone in a small copse near the village of Saint-Samson-sur-Rance, near Dinan, Brittany. It is over 6m in length and leans at just over a 45 degree angle.
The stone is adorned with numerous motifs common to the Neolithic, including crosses and loops. Try the ‘Matcap’ view to see these details more easily, or check out the ‘?’ menu to learn how to manipulate the lighting.
The site was recorded as part of the Common Cultural Connections project in January 2016 using a UAV and hand held DSLRs for high resolution imagery.
Double click to focus on an area. A revised version featuring the fixed and detailed display board and higher resolution details of the carvings will be uploaded at a future time. Annotations to follow.
Photos: Jan Gillepsie, Brandon Mason, Garry Momber. Model: Brandon Mason