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One of the GREAT passage tombs of Ireland

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Dowth, which means 'darkness', is one of the 3 principle passage tombs of the Brú na Bóinne World Heritage Site (The other 2 being Newgrange and Knowth). It dates from c.2500 b.c and shares a [...]

One of the GREAT passage tombs of Ireland2019-06-21T10:25:57+00:00

One of Ireland’s most beautiful and oldest portal tombs

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Kilclooney Dolmen, Kilclooney, County Donegal The beautiful Kilclooney dolmen dates from c.3500 BC and is regarded as one of the finest examples of a portal tomb in the country. Its impressive capstone measures 13-feet wide, [...]

One of Ireland’s most beautiful and oldest portal tombs2019-06-21T10:26:00+00:00

A 5000 years old passage tomb with a smiley face inside

2019-06-21T10:26:11+00:00

Fourknocks Passage Tomb, Fourknocks, County Meath The Fourknocks passage tomb dates to c.3000 BC. Its name may derive from the Irish word ‘Fuair Cnocs’ that translates to ‘cold hills’ or it just may refer to the [...]

A 5000 years old passage tomb with a smiley face inside2019-06-21T10:26:11+00:00

The World’s oldest field system

2019-06-21T10:26:14+00:00

The Ceide Fields are located near Ballycastle in co.Mayo. The Céide Fields are the oldest known and most extensive stone age field systems in the world covering 1,500 hectares. This open air archaeological site is [...]

The World’s oldest field system2019-06-21T10:26:14+00:00

Super rich historic Island off north county Dublin

2019-06-21T10:26:14+00:00

Lambay lies 4km off the north County Dublin coast and is the eastern most point of Ireland. In the Neolithic period it was used as a production site for axes from the quarrying stage right through [...]

Super rich historic Island off north county Dublin2019-06-21T10:26:14+00:00

Ireland’s most iconic dolmen & the hole of sorrows

2019-06-21T10:26:15+00:00

The Poulnabrone Dolmen, Caherconnell, County Clare The Poulnabrone Dolmen is a national monument and dates from c.3600 BC. Its timeless simplicity has made it one of the most photographed landmarks in Ireland. This dramatic and [...]

Ireland’s most iconic dolmen & the hole of sorrows2019-06-21T10:26:15+00:00

The best kept archaeological secret in Ireland..Shhh!

2019-06-21T10:26:19+00:00

Loughcrew, Oldcastle, County Meath         . Loughcrew has been described as ‘Ireland’s greatest archaeological secret’ and is one of the big four megalithic sites in Ireland (the others being Carrowkeel and Carrowmore in county Sligo and [...]

The best kept archaeological secret in Ireland..Shhh!2019-06-21T10:26:19+00:00

The Druids, St Patrick & The Temple of Deen

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The Temple of Deen, Culdaff, County Donegal These granite rocks are the remains of a burial chamber known locally as the Temple of Deen. It is located near the village of Culdaff on the Inishowen [...]

The Druids, St Patrick & The Temple of Deen2019-06-21T10:26:30+00:00

A cairn, A passage tomb, Fairies & Views

2019-06-21T10:26:31+00:00

This cairn is a collapsed passage tomb and is often referred to as Fairy Castle. It sits at the highest point of 'The Dublin Mountains' at an altitude of 1,740 feet beside a trig point [...]

A cairn, A passage tomb, Fairies & Views2019-06-21T10:26:31+00:00

Brehon Law, A Druids’ Table & An ancient passage tomb

2019-06-21T10:26:33+00:00

Brehon's Chair is located in Rathfarnham in south county Dublin. These granite stones were probably used for a number of purposes over the last few thousand years and had astrological, spiritual, religious and ceremonial importance. [...]

Brehon Law, A Druids’ Table & An ancient passage tomb2019-06-21T10:26:33+00:00

The tallest and most elegant standing stone in Ireland

2019-06-21T10:26:44+00:00

Punchestown Longstone, Punchestown, County Kildare The Punchestown Long Stone is located near the entrance to the Punchestown Racecourse in county Kildare. This national monument is the tallest and one of the most graceful examples in [...]

The tallest and most elegant standing stone in Ireland2019-06-21T10:26:44+00:00

A quartz standing stone, Queen Maeve & Beaker pottery

2019-06-21T10:26:49+00:00

Glencullen Standing Stone is now located on a golf course in the village of Glencullen in south Dublin. Standing stones or 'mehirs' are usually difficult to date but it is sometimes possible when a particular [...]

A quartz standing stone, Queen Maeve & Beaker pottery2019-06-21T10:26:49+00:00

The most photographed dolmen in the north of Ireland

2019-06-21T10:26:49+00:00

Proleek Dolmen, Ballymascanlon, County Louth This is the beautiful and graceful Proleek Dolmen located on the legendary Cooley Peninsula in co. Louth. It is one of the finest examples in Ireland and dates from between [...]

The most photographed dolmen in the north of Ireland2019-06-21T10:26:49+00:00

One of Ireland’s finest wedge tombs

2019-06-21T10:26:51+00:00

The Ballyedmunduff Wedge Tomb is located in the forest on the Glencullen side of the Dublin Mountains. This national monument is considered to be one of the finest examples of a wedge tomb in Ireland. [...]

One of Ireland’s finest wedge tombs2019-06-21T10:26:51+00:00

Europe’s largest and heaviest dolmen

2019-06-21T10:26:52+00:00

The Brownshill Dolmen, Hackettstown, County Carlow This national monument is the Brownshill Dolmen. It is not only the largest example in Ireland but also in Europe with a capstone estimated to weigh in at over [...]

Europe’s largest and heaviest dolmen2019-06-21T10:26:52+00:00