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Newgrange Neolithic Burial Mound, Bru na Boinne

Neolithic Structures in the British Isles

Newgrange Neolithic Burial Mound, Bru na Boinne

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One of the most common ancient megalithic structures was the passage grave, which included a center chamber, slabbed roof and long passageway, all covered by a mound of earth. Europe's largest collection of these is at Bru na Boinne, Ireland, which has been dated to as early as 3500 B.C.

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