The Menhir de la Pierre Attelée (Hitched Stone) is located in a public park north of the Chemin du Reveau
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The Menhir de la Pierre Attelée (Hitched Stone) is located in a public park north of the Chemin du Reveau road in Saint-Brevin-les-Pins in the Loire-Atlantique department of France.
The approximately cuboid Menhir Pierre Attelée has a height of 2.7 m, a base width of 1.3 m and a thickness of 0.90 m. The south side is covered with sea fossils, suggesting that this granite menhir was cut from a coastal outcrop of the sea, about 400 meters away.