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Tag Archives: Boulders
Castleruddery Stone Circle
I am skipping on some more sites from Tallaght today to show one of my all time favorite sites. The Stone Circle at Castleruddery is a truly fascinating place. I recall my last visit here was about ten years ago, at about … Continue reading
Posted in Diary of a Ruinhunter, Historical, Landscape, Nature, Neolithic, Photography, Places of Interest, Ruins, Stone Circle Tagged 2500B.C. Alignment, Ancestors, Ancient, Astronomical, Boulders, Bronge Age, Castleruddery, Ceremonial, Druids Circle, Embankment, Enclosure, energy, Henge, Ireland, Monument, Neolithic, Portal, Quartz, Stone Circle, Wicklow 34 Comments
Hell Fire Club
The Hell Fire Club, Perched high on a mountain-top overlooking the city of Dublin, is undoubtedly the area’s most famous landmark. I remember when during the summer holidays a group of us would often spend the day here after hiking … Continue reading
Posted in Historical, Photography, Places of Interest Tagged 1275 feet, 1735, 18th Century, Arched, Boulders, Butter, Cairn, Castletown, Celbridge, Destroyed, Dublin Mountains, Earl of Rosse, Grand Master Mason, Hell Fire Club, Hunting Log, landmark, Legend, Montpelier Hill, Monument, Neolithic, Occult, Richard Parsons, Roof, Satan, Scaltheen, Speaker Connolly, Standing Stone, Stone age, Summit, tallaght, Tomb, Whiskey 6 Comments
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