Assrian Palace at Dur-Sharrukin Artefacts, History & Antiquites



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The History of The Assyrian Palace of Dur-Sharrukin

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Where Is the Palace of Dur-Sharrukin?

 

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Coordinates: 50.1486°N 5.6377°W

Coordinates: 52.018333, -4.827222

Chun Quoit is located near Chun Castle on a moorland ridge. If you zoom in on the map you will see it to the left of Chun Castle. It is accessed via a footpath from a farm on the road. There is plenty of parking.

 

 

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