The Talking Head Stane. One of the Seven Stanes. It is made from a 1.5 tonne glacial granite boulder and looks south towards Ae village and the Solway. The stane has a carved mouth, ears and eyes and is inscribed with the translation of a Norwegian poem.
The Border Stane at Newcastleton, Roxburgshire, the Scottish Borders. One of the Seven Stanes. The stane has the words of Auld Lang Syne on the north side and Jerusalem on the south. You are meant to shake hands through the hole.
Portpatrick, Scotland (Scottish Gaelic: Port Phàdraig). Is a village on the extreme south-westerly tip of mainland Scotland, cut into a cleft in steep cliffs. Dating back some 500 years and built adjacent to the ruins of nearby Dunskey Castle, its position on the Rhins of Galloway affords visitors views of the Northern Irish coast to the west.