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Seven Wonders of Fore 1The "information boards" in the VR tour feature some photographs not made by the author. Links are provided here for the...

Magh Adhair 1‘Donovan, John, and Eugene O’Curry. Letters Containing Information Relative to the Antiquities of the County of Clare, Collected during the Progress of the...

Gallarus Oratory 1Harbison, Peter. Pilgrimage in Ireland: the Monuments and the People. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse Univ., 1992. 77, 182. The journal Archaeology Ireland suggests a...

Inishmurray, Co. Sligo Today a visitor on a day trip from Mullaghmore might be tempted to idealize life on this small island. But the story of Inishmurray is a tale of two communities, each now deserted, each in its own era confronting great challenges.

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Sneem, Co. Kerry The local peasantry called the building Staig an air, which was translated as "Windy House, or "The Staired Place of Slaughter." It was said to be either a temple or an observatory, and has been attributed to other ancient cultures—Druids, Phoenicians, and Danes.

Bruff, Co. Limerick There is no other spot in Ireland so rich in the evidence of prehistoric habitation and ceremony, and also in the mythic traditions of men and gods. The largest stone circle in Ireland lies close to a scenic lake reputed to harbor a magical realm beneath it.

Slane, Co Meath In 1699 the proprietor of the townland of New Grange needed stones for building. He dug into the scrub-covered mound on his land and soon discovered the mouth of a "cave." What he found was Ireland's most significant archaeological treasure. Newgrange is one of the oldest buildings in the world.