Maeshowe and the heart of Neolithic Orkney Guidebook
Maeshowe is a Neolithic tomb on Orkney with a rich history, which has stood there for close to 5,000 years.
This official guide talks you through the history of Maeshowe, and much the rest of the island, while maps, illustrations and photographs bring the area to life. The stone circles and monuments are an insight into how people on the island once lived.
Neolithic Orkney became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1999. In this extensive souvenir guide, you'll learn more about the villages of Barnhouse and Skara Brae. It also covers the Ring of Brodgar and the Stones of Stenness.
By Sally Foster
64 pages, 194mm x 272mm