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English: Part of the Manx Heritage Trail, The Braaid is the site of an ancient Celtic-Norse era community. Remnants of a roundhouse in the foreground, c. 650 A.D. and remnants of two longhouses in the background, c. 950 A.D. can be seen here situated on the rolling hills of Marown in central Isle of Man.
Date 21 April 2009
Source Own work
Author Gregory J Kingsley

54°9′26.1″N 4°33′59.6″W / 54.15725°N 4.566556°W / 54.15725; -4.566556

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54° 9′ 26.10″ N, 4° 33′ 59.60″ W

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