Ireland still has about two hundred stone circles.
The county's Cork and Kerry have several alignments.
The biggest megalithic centers are in the county's Meat en Sligo.
In Ireland exist more than 170 portal tombs (dolmen), mainly in the north,
but also in the county's Clare, Galway and Waterford
Poulnabrone dolmen (Painting Erin Langley, USA)
Some remarkable megaliths:
Brú Na Bóinne* = Newgrange, Knowth en Dowth,
passage tombs with decorated stones.
Loughcrew*, near Oldcastle. The remains of an important
megalithic site, on four hills.
Hill of Tara Mythical seat of Irish Kings.
Fourknocks , decorated passage tomb.
(* = Pictures and information in Dutch: "Deel 2: Megasites / BrúNaBóinne
Carrowmore, graveyard (Peninsula Knocknarea) about 40 megalithic
monuments, view on the Ocean.
Carrowkeel (south of Carrowmore).
The Piperís Stones, standing stones, Baltinglass.
Knockeen, dolmen, Kilburrin near Waterford.
Eightercua, near Waterville, 4 colossal stones in an alignment.
The Lios, biggest Irish stone circle, near Lough Gur.
Poulnabrone, portal tomb, plateau of the Burren.
Kilclooney More, dolmen near Ardara.
Gortnavern, dolmen near Kerrykeel.
Barnaveddoge standing stones.
Proleek Portal Tomb, peninsula Cooley: A giant capstone of +- 30 ton,
supported by 3 high stones.
Drumshallon 4 standing stones.
Piperstown standing stone with echo sound effect.
Beaghmore: stone circles, alignments and cairns (Bronze Age).
Ballynoe, stone circle.
Banbridge, portal tomb, southern side Slieve Croob mountain.
The Giantís Ring, south of Belfast, enclosure with passage
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