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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.

Stone circle at Uragh, Co. Kerry, Ireland.

archaicwonder: “ Uragh Stone Circle, County Kerry, Ireland Uragh Stone Circle is a neolithic stone circle near Gleninchaquin Park. Situated near Lough Inchiquin, it consists of five megaliths.

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'The Stone of the Tree'-the Cloch a Bhile, located at Lough Gur, Co. Limerick. The Cloch a Bhile itself is a large stone (it looks like a tree trunk) which is said to represent a tree growing at the bottom of Lough Gur. At this tree, one could access the Otherworld. It was under the protection of Aine Clí and her son Gearoid Iarla. Nearby, there is still a stone circle, reportedly the largest in Ireland. Were one to climb the branches of this tree, they could access all parts of the…

'The Stone of the Tree'-the Cloch a Bhile, located at Lough Gur, Co.

The Hole Stone, co. antrim

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.

Dromberg Stone Circle, County Cork, Ireland.

Drombeg Stone Circle, County Cork, Ireland - Reminds me of The "Outlander" Series by Diana Gabaldon. (even though this is Ireland) For the ultimate trips & deals to Europe contact travel agent Dana Apple

Iin County Cork, Ireland, we drove down to Mizen Head, stopping along the way to see the Altar wedge tomb. This Stone Age site is 7 km west of Schull...

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

Festival of Beltaine & the Beltany Stone Circle. Co. Donegal: prehistoric monument situated on a hilltop and consists of a low platform 45m in diameter enclosed by a circle of large stones. Sixty-four of the stones remain (originally 80).  SE of the circle an outlying stone that in combination with stone stones 24 and 53 are aligned on Mid-winter sunrise. Another line runs through stone 2 and 39 is aligned to sunrise of Beltaine. 5 of the stones of the circle are decorated with with cup…

The Beltany Stone Circle, or Beltany Tops was built around 2000 BC. This is another example of tight clustering of stones, reminding us of so-called fairy rings. Love these types of circles.