Carrowmore Megalithic Complex

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Carrowmore Tomb 57

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Carrowmore Tomb 13

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Carrowmore Tomb 7 looking west, with Knocknarea and Maebh’s cairn in the background

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Carrowmore Tomb 7, said to be the most photographed tomb in the Carowmore megalithic complex

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Carrowmore tomb 7, a dolmen (Portal Tomb) enclosed by stone circle

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Carrowmore Tomb 7

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Carrowmore tomb 4 with tomb 57 in the background

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Carrowmore tomb 4

Carrowmore tomb 4 (2)

Carrowmore tomb 4

Carrowmore tomb 4 (1)

Carrowmore tomb 4

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Carrowmore tomb 1

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Carrowmore Listoghill (tomb 51) and Tomb 52

Beltany Stone Circle

Beltany Stone Circle 1

Beltany Stone Circle, Raphoe, Co Donegal, Ireland

Beltany Stone Circle

The standing stone southeast of Beltany Stone Circle

Beltany Stone Circle 2

The name Beltany is thought to derive from Beltaine the Celtic festival of fertility

Beltany Stone Circle 3

Beltany Stone Circle

Kilclooney More Dolmen

Kilclooney More Portal Tomb

Kilclooney More Dolmen (Portal Tomb), Co Donegal, Ireland

Kilclooney More Portal Tomb

Kilclooney More Dolmen built more than 4000 years ago

Kilclooney More Portal Tomb

Kilclooney More Portal Tomb

Beside Kilclooney More dolmen are the remains of a smaller tomb

Kilclooney More Portal Tomb

Kilclooney More Portal Tomb colour photograph and Infrared photograph from same perspective

Kilclooney More Portal Tomb

Grange Lios Stone Circle

Grange Lios stone circle
Grange Lios Stone Circle, Lough Gur, Co Limerick, Ireland

Grange Lios stone circle
Grange Lios Stone Circle is the largest stone circle in Ireland

Grange Lios stone circle
The entrance to Grange Lios Stone Circle

Grange Lios stone circle

Grange Lios stone circle

Grange Lios stone circle

Tirnony Dolmen

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Tirnony Portal Tomb, Derry, Northern Ireland

Tirnony Dolmen 7

Tirnony Dolmen 6

Tirnony Dolmen 3

Tirnony Dolmen 2

Knockoneill Court Tomb

Knockoneill Court Tomb, Co Derry, Northern Ireland.

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The entrance to the gallery at Knockoneill Court Tomb

Knockoneill Court Tomb

The gallery at Knockoneill Court Tomb

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The kerb stones at Knockoneill Court Tomb

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Old Mellifont Abbey

Mellifont Abbey

Old Mellifont Abbey, Co. Louth, Ireland

Mellifont Abbey

A 12th-century Cistercian monastery founded by St Malachy of Armagh

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Mellifont Abbey

Mellifont Abbey

The remains of the cloister

Old Mellifont Abbey

Octagonal Lavabo which once housed a central fountain for hand washing

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The Lavabo once housed a central fountain for hand washing

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The ruin of a small church on the hill by beside the abbey

Mellifont Abbey

Muckross Abbey (Friary) ruins

Muckross Friary

Muckross Friary, Killarney National Park, Co Kerry, Ireland

Muckross Friary

The Franciscan friary of Irrelagh (Muckross Friary) was founded in 1448

Muckross Friary

Vaulted cloister with an arcade of arches

 

Muckross Friary

Muckross Friary

Muckross Friary

Ancient yew tree at Muckross Friary

Muckross Friary

Muckross Friary

Gallarus Oratory

Gallarus Oratory

Gallarus Oratory, Dingle, Co Kerry, Ireland. Various dates for construction (6th to 12th century) and use (church, pilgrim’s shelter, burial place) have been given

Kilmalkedar Church

Kilmalkedar Church

12th century romanesque Kilmalkedar Church, Ogham stone and ancient cross Co Kerry, Ireland