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Remains of a communal tomb constructed maybe around 3,500 BC. The remaining stones form a doorway with a capstone on top some 17 feet (5.1 metres) long and weighing an estimated 16 tonnes. It is thought the original structure would have been about 120 feet (36 metres) long. Bits of pottery and worked flint have been found on site, but no human remains have been found.

Location/Address: South east of Newport on a (very) minor road between the A487 and B4329.
County: Pembrokeshire
Post Code: SA41 3TZ
Main Historic Period: Prehistory
Link to featured article: Pentre Ifan
Primary Management: Cadw
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