Willow Row Barrow
Willow Row Barrow is a modern barrow memorial site near St Neots, Cambridgeshire.
It is the first round barrow to have been built in the UK for thousands of years and contains niches for the placement of cremation urns. It is also intended for wider celebration of life and community activity.
The structure is a sequence of stone chambers under an earthen mound, and was opened in 2016.
Other modern barrows in the UK:
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