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Not just another rock

This has to be seen. How did our ancestors build these without any heavy machinery. |This is... read more

Reviewed November 6, 2016
Tony B
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County Dublin, Ireland
Historic gem

A little hard to find, but well worth a visit. The tomb has one of the largest cap stones in... read more

Reviewed August 7, 2015
fmc--1-2_3_4
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Dublin, Ireland
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6 Nov 2016
“Not just another rock”
18 Apr 2016
“history lovers will love this”
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Reviewed November 6, 2016

This has to be seen. How did our ancestors build these without any heavy machinery. |This is certainly great example of their prowess.

Thank Tony B
Reviewed April 18, 2016

hard to find.....but worth it. Wear walking boots as it can be mucky if raining. Very good example of portal tomb, well worth a visit for history lovers.

1  Thank TMonica2014
Reviewed April 10, 2016

Visited this dolmen a couple of years ago with my family. Kids were nearly teenagers. It was difficult to find - hopefully it is now signposted. We had to hop over a gate near a railway. There was a single large cow in the field...More

3  Thank DerekandRosie
Reviewed August 7, 2015

A little hard to find, but well worth a visit. The tomb has one of the largest cap stones in Ireland.

Thank fmc--1-2_3_4
Reviewed May 3, 2015

Ireland is literally strewn with 5000-year-old portal tombs. Drumanone is certainly one of the best preserved and accessible. Whilst other tombs such as Poulnabrone in the Burren attract innumerable visitors, it's always worth the effort to see such sites as Drumanone.

Thank Damian120
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