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Stone circles

Stone circles




Mysterious, the Irish stone circles are said to date from the Neolithic period, at the time of Irish prehistory… There are nowadays a multitude of them in Ireland, and they are still appreciated by visitors. Bearing a meaning still unclear to researchers, these circles offer an authentic and picturesque charm. Not to be missed under any circumstances!

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Stone circles: attractions to visit

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A prehistoric stone circle, once used as an altar for pagan ceremonies.

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The biggest henge in Ireland! Located in County Limerick, the site is a stone circle 45 meters in diameter, composed of 113 megaliths! Impressive dimensions!

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Megaliths. A wild and unspoilt setting. The Beaghmore Stones are a rather charming archaeological site.

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There are 50 upright megaliths forming a large circle more than 110 meters in diameter...



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