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Fionn's Cauldron

Pobull Fhinn stone circle, Langass, North Uist, Hebrides, Scotland.

Built on an artificial platform in the second millennium BC, this oval shaped formation has at least 24 stones spanning 120 by 90 feet. The circle is also known as "Sòrnach Coir' Fhinn" (the fireplace of Fionn's cauldron) after the legendary Gaelic hero Fionn mac Cumhaill known in English as Fingal.

It is a very beautiful and strategic location, with the wedge shaped peak of Eaval in the distance.

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Pobull Fhinn stone circle, Langass, North Uist, Hebrides, Scotland. <br />
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Built on an artificial platform in the second millennium BC, this oval shaped formation has at least 24 stones spanning 120 by 90 feet. The circle is also known as "Sòrnach Coir' Fhinn"  (the fireplace of Fionn's cauldron) after the legendary Gaelic hero Fionn mac Cumhaill known in English as Fingal.<br />
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It is a very beautiful and strategic location, with the wedge shaped peak of Eaval in the distance.