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The fall and spring solstices are very special with a non-denomination ceremony that is very meaningful for all. The sunrise between the basalt columns is very memorable. It is worth the early rise to see this.
...created and maintained by the CIA!
No, not that one, it's the Clifton (beach) Improvement Assoc.
On a lovely beach location, the CIA has constructed a 'Sun Circle' ~ a series of approximately 8' tall, pairs of slender posts which frame each Solstice/Equinox sunrise ~...More
Small nice park for a stop to reflect or share coffee on the benches. High tide waves crashing against the park and low tide access to walk down onto the beach. Interesting stone structures have been erected for those who want to celebrate the solstices...More
At the heart of New England, and old ceremony is resurrected. The Stonehenge culture of sun worshiping is recreated in the park, sun circle of stone columns.
This place took some time to design and build so that on some special dates the sun would...More