Monday, May 18, 2015
Clogherane Stone Row
Clogherane Stone Row really could not be in a better setting.
The two stones are situated on a flat rise over looking the bay of Kenmare with striking mountains/hills acting as a backdrop.
The stone row is aligned NNE - SSW.
The larger of the two stones is 2.6 meters in height and 1.5 meters in width at it's widest point.
The smaller stone is over 1 meter in height and just over 0.5 of a meter in width.
This site (and many others that I hope to be posting in the future) I came across as a result of Michael Mitchell's superb Blog Walking to the stones.From Dartmoor to County Cork .
Access - The stones are in a field that would appear to have sheep as company the majority of the time.
If you park in front of the house, on the right hand side the lane way will bring you to the stones behind the house.
Make sure not to block the lane way.
Posted by Tony Mulraney at Monday, May 18, 2015 No comments:
Labels: b&w, clogherane, clogherane stone pair, clogherane stone row, colour, healy pass, historic sites of ireland, ireland, kerry, megalithic, munster
Location: Clogherane, Co. Kerry, Ireland
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