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On Jersey's east coast, the dolmen of Hougue Bie is traced back to probably 3,000 years B.C. The blocks of the dolmen's keystone are even more impressive and the site also presents two chapels of the 12th and 16th centuries close to which the Germans built a bunker under the Occupation. In the same part of the island, Faldouet dolmen is the island's other main Neolithic site.

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