Megalithic landscapes of Carnac and South Morbihan

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The Coët er Blei standing stones

A group of alignments that is larger than it appears

The Coët er Blei standing stones form the end of a huge 2.5km-long group of menhir alignments, starting at Kerzerho, winding through the Mané Bras woods and ending up at Cöet er Blei.

The alignments face north-west/south-east. 


At the eastern end of the Coët er Blei group there is a chair-shaped stone, popularly known as ‘Caesar’s chair’.