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December 4 2023 - 5:30am

Dry stone walls are a timeless symbol of human ingenuity and have stood the test of time. Their history spans back to ancient times with some of the earliest examples carbon dated back to 3500 BCE. Remarkably, many of these walls still exist, a testament to their durability and the skill of their creators. These walls, constructed without cement, rely on gravity and friction for stability.

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