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Brotherstone Hill

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The Brothers' Stones
The Brothers' Stones
Brotherstone Hill
Brotherstone Hill

Brotherstone Hill is a hill near St. Boswells and the Eildon Hills in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, with two standing stones from the megalithic age, on the summit of Brotherstone Hill, at a height of 418 metres.[1] The stones differ in height (2.45m and 1.60m) and stand 16 metres apart. The stones mark the boundary between the old Borders counties of Roxburghshire and Berwickshire.

Brotherstone Farm is situated off a minor road, between the villages of Gattonside and Smailholm.

See also


  1. ^ "Brotherstone Hill". Retrieved 24 October 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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