Thursday, October 20, 2016
Kilmaclenine Wedge Tomb
The beautifully preserved tomb of Kilmaclenine can be found in its own somewhat bumpy enclosure.
The fact that the tomb sits surrounded by these mini hills has probably helped preserve and protect this fine site.
The tomb has a giant capstone which is 2 meters in width 3 meters in length and is 0.3 meters in thickness.
The two large side stones and the back stone are 1.5 meters in height, it is possible to stand inside the tomb for someone under 1.8 meters.
The tomb can be found up a lane way just beside a modern bungalow, parking is available beside the site. On the day of my visit I had the pleasure of two chatty dogs who were very keen to pose beside the tomb.
Posted by Tony Mulraney at Thursday, October 20, 2016 No comments:
Labels: b&w, colour, Cork, historic sites of ireland, ireland, kilmaclenine wedge tomb, man's best friends, megalithic, munster
Location: Grange West, Co. Cork, Ireland
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