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Dromberg Stone Circle, County Cork, Ireland

Neolithic Structures in the British Isles

Dromberg Stone Circle, County Cork, Ireland

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Also known as the Druid's Altar, Dromberg is the most visited megalithic site in Ireland. Excavations in the 1950s revealed a wealth of material at the site including prehistoric huts, cooking areas and the cremated remains of a young adolescent, which date the circle to between 945 and 830 BC.

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