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Legananny Dolmen

Neolithic Structures in the British Isles

Legananny Dolmen

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Located in County Down in Northern Ireland, the Legananny Dolmen has been dated to the Neolithic period and is believed to be nearly 5,000 years old. The megalith's name is thought to be a translation from a phrase meaning "Pillar of Enya," a reference to an Irish goddess.

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