Ballymagaraghy Standing Stones

Ballymagaraghy Standing Stones

Ballymagaraghy Standing Stones, Inishowen, Co Donegal, Ireland

Ballymagaraghy Standing Stones with wind turbines in the background

The stone pair are surrounded by a small stone cairn

Carnaghan Portal Tomb

The Standing Stones of the remains of Carnaghan Portal Tomb

The remains of Carnaghan Portal Tomb aka Inch Island Portal Tomb, Co Donegal, Ireland

Doonfeeny Standing Stone

Doonfeeny Standing Stone

Doonfeeny/Dunfeeny Standing Stone, Co Mayo, Ireland

Doonfeeny Standing Stone

Also known as Cloch Fada (Long Stone) situated in an ancient graveyard

Detail of cross on Doonfeeny Standing Stone

Detail of one of two crosses on Doonfeeny Standing Stone added to Christianise it

Temple of Deen

Temple of Deen Court Tomb aka Laraghirril Court Tomb

Temple of Deen Court Tomb aka Laraghirril Court Tomb

Temple of Deen Court Tomb aka Laraghirril Court Tomb

The court tomb is located on the Inishowen peninsula overlooking Trawbreaga Bay and Tremone Bay

Temple of Deen Court Tomb aka Laraghirril Court Tomb
Temple of Deen Court Tomb aka Laraghirril Court Tomb
Temple of Deen Court Tomb aka Laraghirril Court Tomb

Temple of Deen Court Tomb, Laraghirril, Culdaff, Inishowen, Co Donegal, Ireland

Meggagh Wedge Tomb

Meggagh Wedge Tomb, The Burren, Co Clare, Ireland

Glebe North Stone Circle

Glebe North Stone Circle

Glebe stone circle (AKA Cong stone circle), Cong, Co Mayo, Ireland

Glebe North Stone Circle

One of four stone circles in the locality

Glebe North Stone Circle

Breastagh Ogham Stone

Breastagh Ogham Stone

Breastagh Ogham Stone, Killala, County Mayo, Ireland

Breastagh Ogham Stone

The standing stone is over 3.5 metres in height

Breastagh Ogham Stone

The inscription on one side reads L.GG……SD ….LEGESCAD and on the other side MAQ CORRBRI MAQ AMLOITT, translated as “The Son of Corbbri, Son Of Amloitt”