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296. Leckpatrick Graveyard  Further along the road is a small over grown graveyard. Leckpatrick mean stone of Patrick and the site is associated with the saint. A chuch has reputedly been located here from the 5Ih century

Leckpatrick Graveyard Further along the road is a small over grown graveyard. Leckpatrick mean stone of Patrick and the site is associated with the saint. A chuch has reputedly been located here from the century

Doofeeney Standing Stone - The Doonfeeney Graveyard is situated approximately four kilometres west of Ballycastle. Besides our weak spot for graveyards in general, and those allegedly haunt with faeries in in particular, we were lured to this graveyard by the second largest standing stone of Ireland.

Doofeeney Standing Stone - The Doonfeeney Graveyard is situated approximately four kilometres west of Ballycastle, County Mayo. This is the second largest standing stone of Ireland.

The ancient megalithic tomb at Carrowmore, Co Sligo, is just one of hundreds. Carrowmore is one of oldest Stone-Age burial sites in Europe with some hundred tombs, passage graves, dolmens and stone circles.

The ancient megalithic tomb at Carrowmore, Co Sligo, is just one of hundreds. Carrowmore is one of oldest Stone-Age burial sites in Europe with some hundred tombs, passage graves, dolmens and stone circles. just otherworldly.

St Eugene's RC Church, Glenknock, Newtownstewart by Kenneth  Allen

St Eugene's RC Church, Glenknock, Newtownstewart by Kenneth Allen

The Birr Stone ... described by Giraldus Cambrensis as umbilicus Hiberniae, the navel of Ireland

The Birr Stone . described by Giraldus Cambrensis as umbilicus Hiberniae, the navel of Ireland (Photograph: Patrick Comerford,

Annaghmore Portal Tomb is situated on a gentle west facing slope, at the side of a small back-road in Leitrim. The Portal Tomb used to stand on the dividing line between two fields but thankfully s…

Annaghmore Portal Tomb is situated on a gentle west facing slope, at the side of a small back-road in Leitrim. The Portal Tomb used to stand on the dividing line between two fields but thankfully s…

Legananny Dolmen...CS Lewis Giants, stone tables, wall murals and bronze searcher memorial pictures from Northern Ireland.

CS Lewis Giants, stone tables, wall murals and bronze searcher memorial pictures from Northern Ireland.

Kilclooney dolmen - Co. Donegal by Stephen Emerson

Kilclooney Dolmen by Stephen Emerson,- "This is one of Ireland's most spectacular dolmens in Co Donegal.

359. www.Marksoftime.com   On the other side of the river is the site of the third castle in the village. This is a motte known as Pigeon Hill. The foundations of a rectangular stone castle are recorded, though these can’t be seen today. It was occupied by the O'Neill’s in advance of the Ulster Plantation of the early Seventeenth Century but was recorded as ruined by the new settlers

359. www.Marksoftime.com On the other side of the river is the site of the third castle in the village. This is a motte known as Pigeon Hill. The foundations of a rectangular stone castle are recorded, though these can’t be seen today. It was occupied by the O'Neill’s in advance of the Ulster Plantation of the early Seventeenth Century but was recorded as ruined by the new settlers

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