Διαφορά μεταξύ των αναθεωρήσεων του «Ορθόλιθοι του Στέννες»

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[[Image:Standing-Stones-of-Stenness 1983.jpg|thumb|right|300px|The StennessStanding ''Watch Stone'' stands next to the modern bridge leading to the [[RingStones of Brodgar]].Stenness]]
The surviving '''Standing Stones of Stenness''' form an impressive [[Neolithic]] monument on the mainland of [[Orkney]], [[Scotland]]. It is sited on a promontory at the south bank of the stream that joins the southern ends of the sea loch [[Loch of Stenness]] and the freshwater loch [[Loch of Harray]]. The name, pronounced ''stane-is'', comes from [[Old Norse]] meaning ''stone headland''. The stream is now bridged, but at one time was crossed by a stepping stone causeway, and the [[Ring of Brodgar]] lies about 1.2 km (3/4 mile) away to the north-west, across the stream and near the tip of the isthmus formed between the two lochs. [[Maeshowe]] chambered cairn is about 1.2 km (3/4 mile) to the east of the Standing Stones of Stenness and several other Neolithic monuments also lie in the vicinity, suggesting that this area had particular importance.
 
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