Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Ballyvongane Stone Row
This stone row of Ballyvongane depending which web site you visit is either a stone alignment, standing stones or a stone pair.
As what looks like a third stone has fallen (shown in the images) I would go along with the description of the site as what was once a stone alignment.
The two remaining standing stones are quite different from each other (and in truth do look a lot like a stone pair).
The more rounded stone is the larger of the two and is 1.7 meters high.
The smaller angled stone leans against the bigger stone and is 1.5 meters in height.
The alignment of the stones is NE - SW.
Access - The stones can be seen from the road.
There is a style gate into the field which leaves you a short walk to the site.
Posted by Tony Mulraney at Wednesday, October 08, 2014 No comments:
Labels: ballyvongane stone alignment, ballyvongane stone pair, ballyvongane stone row, colour, Cork, historic sites of ireland, ireland, megalithic, munster
Location: Bealnamorrive, Co. Cork, Ireland
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