Megalithic Tag

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Ballymascanlon House, Co. Louth This site may be unique in Ireland as the only ancient monument likely to hide a golf ball hit into the rough....

Slane, Co Meath Dowth means “darkness.” And darkness is what's left for the visitor today. The electricity has been turned off and entrance is generally prohibited....