Standing Stones

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A Standing Stone refers to single upright stone, usually located on there own but will sometime have a companion stone.

Other names for a Standing Stones are; Coirthe, Dallán, Gallán, Lia, Liagán, Monolith, Menhir, Pillarstone, Stollaire.

Please choose from list below to look at these relic's of a time gone by.

A lot of these stones where marker stones, marking the way to where this type of stone, could be quarried.

 

County : Sites; 48

 

Antrim

Breenwood

Feystown

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Glenshesk

 

Cavan

Corran

 

Clare

Kilmihil

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Fermanagh

Ballyness

Cloghany

Cloghtogle

Killycawna

Leagaun

Lough Skale

Mullyknock

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Leitrim

Clooncorick

 

Drumbreanlis

Fenagh 1 

Fenagh2

Fenagh 3

Fenagh 4

Fenagh 5

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Longford

Dalystown

 

Kerry

AnCnocan

AnGhraig

 

Kilkenny

Garryduff

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Mayo

Cloonlaur

Killadoon 1

Killadoon 2

Lissard More

 

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Meath

Patricktown

Tara 1

Tara 2

Monaghan

Killeevan

Killyfuddy

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Roscommon

Ballincool

Drummin

Fearagh

Tullaghan

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Tyrone

Altadaven

Bawntown

Beragh Hill North

Crannogue

GreyStone

Killyfaddy

Leagaun

 

Rathfraggan

Townagh 

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Sligo

Tawnymucklagh

Tipperary

Aughavanlomaun

Waterford

Treenearla

 

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