Etiquetes » Dolmens

Legends of the tombs of Ireland.

Ireland is a magical place full of megalithic tombs. Some say that these tombs were probably built before the arrival of the Celts, who called them fairy mounds and believed that the spirits of ancient people–bold heroes and brave maidens–lived there. 909 more words


The Burial Mounds and Dolmens

We walk silent between dolmens and burial mounds. Trees stand as exuberant dragons in the afternoon sun. A fallen tree trunk in the sun forms a bench. 56 more words


Friday Photo: Poulnabrone Dolmen, Co. Clare, Ireland


Just a portal tomb hanging out in the Burren in Co. Clare, from between 4,200-2,900 B.C.. No big deal… For more info click here and if you really want to see it in person I highly recommend taking a bus tour from Galway – … 7 more words

General Travel

Walking at Plobannalec

We had installed ourselves in an excellent gîte in Pouldiguy, near Gouesn’nach and were ready to start exploring this area of Finistère. The excellent… 163 more words


Dolmen of Antequera, now UNESCO approved

The Andalusian hillside town of Antequera is one of the best day trips from Málaga, Sevilla, Granada or Córdoba. Now there is even more incentive to go: it’s prehistoric dolmen have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. 354 more words

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Prehistoric Kerala

After our chance encounter with the Kudakkallu, the megalithic umbrella stone, I surfed the web for information on prehistoric Kerala. The first place to visit was the informative website of the… 859 more words