Newgrange

  Newgrange Co. Meath Newgrange is a stone age (i.e. Neolithic) monument situated in the Boyne Valley, County Meath, Ireland. It was built nearly 5,200 years ago in 3,200 B.C. by the stone age farmers being an emblem of prehistoric megalithic art. Archeologists name it as a passage tomb and believe that it took a workforce Read More …

Fore Abbey

Fore Abbey Fore Abbey is one of the best yet lesser-known Christian monastery ruins the world has ever had. It’s not only a great tourist spot but also a perfect place for a family day out, climbing the hills and exploring its mesmerizing beauty and its located only 13 KM from Loughcrew Cairns. Fore Abbey was Read More …

Irish Tourism

Irish Tourism Ireland, the country of low-lying mountains, is one of the most favorite tourist spots around the world and it makes a huge contribution to the economy. Irish tourism is one of the biggest sources of solving the unemployment problem since the government has employed more than 200,000 people in this sector since 2014. Ireland got the Read More …

Megalithic Structures

Megalithic Structures of the World Most of the megalithic structures of the world were built in between 6000 to 4000 years ago during the age of Neolith and Bronze. Megalith refers to big stones that are either human-built or formed naturally from a collection of stones. These monuments were and still are used as elite or mass Read More …

Loughcrew Rock Art Fourth Millenium

Loughcrew Rock Art Loughcrew Rock art can be found throughout the entire Loughcrew Complex. The riddle of the Loughcrew Rock Art has been partly deciphered at last. The inscribed passage mound stones tells us how our prehistoric ancestors viewed the world; The flat earth with a hemispherical bowl overhead, the sun and the moon circling Read More …

Loughcrew Cairns L Carnbane West

Loughcrew Cairns L Loughcrew Cairns L is located on Carnbane West at Loughcrew Cairns Co.Meath. Carnbane West shows that it was home to many Cairns with many remains still present. Loughcrew Cairns L is the only Cairns on Carnbane West that is still in a functioning state. There is much to study on Carnbane West and many Read More …

Loughcrew Cairns T Carnbane East

Loughcrew Cairns T Loughcrew Cairns T is located on the Sliabh na Caillíghe in Oldcastle, Co.Meath. Loughcrew is one of Ireland’s oldest Passage tombs cemeteries and is spread out over three peaks. Loughcrew Cairns T is situated on Sliabh na Caillíghe also known as Carnbane East. Of the Three peaks Carnbane East is the most visited Read More …

Loughcrew Hill Fort 1200B.C

Loughcrew Hill Fort Loughcrew Hill Fort is the least explored or documented of all the monuments at the Loughcrew Complex. I have stumbled across this Iron age hill fort while studying the alignment of a constellation which may be linked to Loughcrew and I believe I have linked a constellation to the complex and will release this information soon. Read More …

Hill Of Patrickstown Loughcrew

Hill Of Patrickstown Loughcrew Hill Of Patrickstown Loughcrew is located east of Sliabh Na Caili. This Hill is one of the four hilltops that make up the Loughcrew complex and for some reason is very much over looked by many when visiting the Loughcrew Cairns. The Hill Of Patrickstown Loughcrew is steeped in history dating back to Read More …

Secret Well Loughcrew Cairns

Secret well Loughcrew Cairns This will be the first of many blog posts I will upload to my site. I have made many discoveries at the Loughcrew Cairns over the past 12 month’s which I will share with all my readers and followers. My first find was a Secret well hidden below Cairn L at Loughcrew Cairns. To date I have Read More …