The Achnacree cairn is the remnant of a circular cairn on the northern edge of the Achnacree moor northeast of Oban Airport in Argyll and Bute in Scotland.
The Sammallahdenmäki is a hill in the western Finnish town of Lappi, which belongs to the city of Rauma. There are about 36 Bronze Age cairn graves on the hill.
The Raigmore Cairn (also called Stoneyfield or Stonyfield), which was moved and reconstructed during the construction of the A9, is a Clava Cairn in Inverness, Scotland.
The Cairn of Dyffryn Syfynwy is located southwest of the hamlet of Rosebush, near Fishguard in Pembrokeshire in Wales.
Kuninkaanhauta (Finnish for Royal Tomb) is a cairn in Finland. It is the largest burial mound of its kind and is located about 50 km north of Turku.