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
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 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.
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.