Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Scrahanard Wedge Tomb
This wedge tomb and standing stone (with a grass covered cairn), can be found in a field which is marked by a sign as a Dolmen.
The tomb is also known as The Bealik. The large capstone is over two metres in length and about two metes in width.
This wedge tomb is listed as a national monument, so it would be nice if the site got a clean up ( that it deserves) before the tomb is totally overgrown by the hedge.
Posted by Tony Mulraney at Wednesday, September 05, 2012 No comments:
Labels: colour, Cork, field, historic sites of ireland, ireland, megalithic, munster, scrahanard wedge tomb, standing stone
Location: Lackaduv, Co. Cork, Ireland
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