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An Ancient Approach: Glendalough's Stepping Stones
In the early drought conditions of 2018, while on a morning ramble, a set of very noticeable stones were visible ...
Bullaun stone, Rathcormac, Co. Sligo
A bullaun stone serves as an informal holy water font in front of the statue of St. Colmcille on the ...
Marked as fort on the 1837 Ordnance survey map it is believed to be a platform ringfort with a diameter ...
Drumlane Abbey Church and Round Tower
Drumlane is pleasantly situated near the quiet Co. Cavan village of Miltown,, a monastic site overlooking Lough Derrybrick often associated ...
Gallows Hill a Community Exploration
Gallows Hill is a large man made mound on the edge of Dungarvan town. The origins of the mound were ...
Hill of Faughart
The Hill of Faughart doesn’t look like much. This 113 meter-high hill appears as just another green lump in the ...
Images of Mevagh
Image of the round tower at Kilmacduagh
Oweynagat - Cave of the Cats
Oweynagat is a Souterrain attached to a natural fissure cave, located within the Rathcroghan archaeological complex in Co. Roscommon. The Cave ...
The medieval church of Portloman is located on the western banks of Lough Owel. The ruins that can still be ...
St David's Well, Ballinaslaney, Oylegate
St. David’s Well at Oylegate, County Wexford.