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Newgrange and Boyne valley small group day tour

Newgrange (c 3,200 B.C.) predating the ancient pyramids by 400 years and Stonehenge by 1000. The passage tomb is surrounded by 97 kerb stones, the most impressive is the large entrance stone which is covered in swirls and designs. Inside … Continue reading

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Boyne Valley Meath Ireland

St. Patrick a foreign Christian missionary come to convert Ireland’s Celtic pagans. This he did with great symbolic flare. As the Druids celebrated their feast day on the Hill of Tara, Patrick prepared the Easter feast on the Hill of … Continue reading

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Hill of Tara photos

During the Bronze Age royalty would gather at the Hill of Tara to honor the passing of someone whom they respected. The Hill of Tara is the source of many Celtic legend. The ancient Irish site has chariot roads, which … Continue reading

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Private Half Day tour to Newgrange from Dublin with one of our expert guides

Newgrange Tour Newgrange, in the Boyne Valley, Co. Meath, is Ireland’s best-known prehistoric monument, and is arguably Europe’s finest example of a megalithic passage grave. Built around 3200 BC (according to the most reliable Carbon 14 dating technique carried out … Continue reading

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