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  1. Cloghor Portal Tomb

    Drumcliffe, Sligo

    Cloghor Portal Tomb is a collapsed portal dolmen perched on a hill with excellent views on all sides. The tomb is aligned north east to south west and its two entrance portals are still standing. Read more

  2. Deerpark Court Tomb

    Sligo Town, Sligo

    Deerpark Court Tomb is considered by many to be the finest example of a central court tomb in Ireland. It occupies a magnificent position on top of a limestone ridge overlooking Lough Gill in County Sligo. Read more

  3. Heapstown Cairn

    Castlebaldwin, Sligo

    Heapstown Cairn, in Castlebaldwin County Sligo, is possibly the largest cairn in Ireland outside of the Boyne Valley. It is 60 metres in diameter, with a kerb of often very large limestone slabs enclosing the base. Read more

  4. The Labby Rock

    Castlebaldwin, Sligo

    The enormous Labby Rock, in Castlebaldwin County Sligo, is an extraordinary example of a portal dolmen. It has a massive capstone weighing around 70 tonne, making it one of the biggest in Ireland. Read more

  5. The Mermaid Stones

    Enniscrone, Sligo

    The Mermaid Stones are located on top of a low ridge, in Enniscrone County Sligo. There are numerous legends attached to the stones one telling that the stones are the children of a mermaid sorceress who turned them to stone. Read more

  6. Bothan Scoir

    Cashel, Tipperary

    The Bothan Scoir is a one roomed 17th century peasants stone cottage known locally as Hanleys Cottage, in Cashel County Tipperary. Read more

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  7. Cashel Heritage Centre

    Cashel, Tipperary

    Cashel Heritage Centre is on the main road in Cashel Town. It features a model of the town as it was during the 17th century. Read more

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  8. Drum Heritage Centre

    Athlone, Westmeath

    Drum Heritage Centre Welcomes visitors to the Monastic Settlement and Saint Brigid's Holy Well. Visitor Centre-memorabilia displays relative to people and events which took place here. Read more

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  9. Priest's Stone

    Dingle, Kerry

    This Ogham stone, that stands near Dingle County Kerry, was was the first identified Ogham stone in Ireland. It was discovered in the 18th century by the Welsh antiquarian, Edward Lloyd. Read more

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  10. Puicin An Chairn Wedge Tomb

    Lispole, Kerry

    This a superbly located wedge tomb, in Lispole County Kerry. From its strategic location you can take in one of the finest views of the Dingle Peninsula. Read more

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