Prehistoric Sunrise 2019

Published on
January 1, 2019

Synopsis:

We visit a prehistoric site to watch the first sunrise of 2019 in the Scottish Borders

Written by
Mark Nicol

Historian – Filmmaker – Blogger – Guided Tours – Group Speaker

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Prehistoric Sunrise 2019

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I visit a prehistoric site to watch the first sunrise of 2019 in the Scottish Borders

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