The Hujáb Stone Circle is located in the south of Plzen in the Czech Republic and is an important pagan structure in the region. It is connected to ley lines and significant power places in the surrounding landscape, including the Celtic hillfort Hůrka, the Karlova koruna rock, and the Chotěšov monastery. The site was constructed in 2018 by a local pagan group called KRUH21.
The central stone circle is made up of 16 large stones around the circumference, a central menhir, and others in the surrounding area. The most significant stones are two high, approximately seven-ton menhirs on the wings of the circle, and two entrance menhirs. Visitors are encouraged to place their palms on the male and female entrance menhirs to harmonize their masculine and feminine energy. From the circle, visitors can view the entire valley, including Chlumčany and the high cube-shaped chapel of P. Marie, a former women’s sanctuary. The landscape also includes Dobřany, a beautiful town with an octagonal, eight-pointed-star-shaped baptismal font, and Chotěšov monastery. Like many present-day groups, KRUH21 has taken inspiration from various pagan branches, but mostly from Slavic and Celtic traditions. In that, the Hujáb stone circle can be compared with other contemporary pagan sites like the White Mountain Druid Sanctuary in the USA.