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Beaghmore stone circles, Tyrone, Ireland

Beaghmore stone circles, near Cookstown, Co. Tyrone, N. There are seven circles dating back to the bronze age.

The Altar Wedge Tomb of Toormore Bay - Wild Eyed Southern Celt- On our second day in County Cork, we drove down to Mizen Head, and stopped along the way to see the Altar wedge tomb. This late Stone Age tomb is easily accessible from R592, about seven km west of Schull–just pull off into the well-marked parking area, walk a few feet and there it sits, facing out towards Ireland’s lovely Toormore Bay.

The Altar Wedge Tomb of Toormore Bay - Wild Eyed Southern Celt- On our second day in County Cork, we drove down to Mizen Head, and stopped along the way to see the Altar wedge tomb. This late Stone Age tomb is easily accessible from about seven km w

The Hole Stone, County Antrim  Some of my favourite photographs of Ireland. Also available to order as high quality prints. Please contact me for more information on sizes, paper and delivery. www.georgepennock.com

On a hilltop near Doagh is a Bronze Age megalith known as The Holestone. Couples used to promise marriage by clasping hands through the hole in the stone. from Irish: Dumhach, meaning "mound") Photo by George Pennock Photography.

The Creevykeel Court Cairn was excavated in 1935. Dating from the Neolithic Period, 4000-2500 BC, this site is one of the best examples of a Court Cairn in Ireland. It an entrance passage, an oval court and a double chamber gallery. The Cairn is wedge shaped and the court (where rituals were performed) is about 15 meters in length. It was very interesting to see a cairn opened up, apparently a lot of this cairn has disappeared over time as farmers used the stones in house and fence building.

The Creevykeel Court Cairn in Ireland was excavated in Dating from the Neolithic era BC, it is one of the best examples in Ireland. It has an entrance passage, an oval court and a double chamber gallery.

The Ring of Brodgar is a Neolithic henge and stone circle on the Mainland, the largest island in Orkney, Scotland. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Heart of Neolithic Orkney

Orkney, Scotland - Ring of Brodgar. My family tree has been traced back to Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney in the I want so much to go there.

The Rollright Stones is a complex of three Neolithic & Bronze Age megalithic monuments near the village of Long Compton, on the borders of Oxfordshire & Warwickshire, U.K. (read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rollright_Stones )

Rollright Stone Circle near Chipping Norton, England. Photo by Ben Jones.

Rollright Stones | Oxon Oxfordshire. Learn more about this ancient site here: http://www.rollrightstones.co.uk/

Rollright Stones: They are ‘The King’s Men’, tricked and turned to stone by a witch

Thatched cottage near Kinnitty Castle in County Offaly, Ireland. Like something out of a fairytale, this thatched cottage is behind the castle, at the foot of the Slieve Bloom Mountains and with a Celtic ring of stones in the foreground (the castle is located on ancient druid ceremonial ground).

Thatched cottage near Kinnitty Castle in County Offaly, Ireland. The thatched cottage is behind Kinnitty castle, at the foot of the Slieve Bloom Mountains and has a Celtic ring of stones in the foreground.

Rútshellir, a cave near Skógar in southern Iceland. It's thought to be the oldest extant man-made residence in Iceland.

Rútshellir, a cave near Skógar in southern Iceland. It's thought to be the oldest extant man-made residence in Iceland.

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Drombeg Stone Circle, County Cork, Ireland - also known as The Druid's Altar. Neither of us have been to this particular place; I haven't been to Ireland at all.

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