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The Megalithic  Recumbent Stone at Rothiemay known as the "Ringing Stane"

Local Folklore says, that the "Ringing Stane" a Neolithic stone on the hill above Rothiemay Station Near Huntly. When struck, can be heard ringing through the rocks at the fishing village of Portsoy (about 7 miles away as the Crow flies). Whether true or not! when struck with another stone it certainly does ring. Is it just a Legend?

Picture, Megalithic  Recumbent Stone at Rothiemay - Scotland

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Megalithic  Recumbent Stone at Rothiemay - Scotland