Situated over three hilltops, Carnbane West, Carnbane East, and Patrickstown, Loughcrew (Loch Craobh in Irish) is a cluster of 25 passage tombs dating to approx 4000BC. Thought to have been built by a community of Neolithic farmers, these… Read More
Posted on 18th Jul 2014 by Ali Isaac
Ancient Places of Ireland
ancient places of Ireland, cairns, co Meath, irish archaeology, loughcrew, mounds, sidhe mounds, Sliabh na Caillaigh
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