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'The Stone of the Tree'-the Cloch a Bhile, located at Lough Gur, Co. Limerick. The Cloch a Bhile itself is a large stone (it looks like a tree trunk) which is said to represent a tree growing at the bottom of Lough Gur. At this tree, one could access the Otherworld. It was under the protection of Aine Clí and her son Gearoid Iarla. Nearby, there is still a stone circle, reportedly the largest in Ireland. Were one to climb the branches of this tree, they could access all parts of the…

'The Stone of the Tree'-the Cloch a Bhile, located at Lough Gur, Co.

The Standing Stone: Grange Lios, Stone Circle, Co. Limerick.

The Standing Stone: Grange Lios, Stone Circle, Co.

Willen Stone Circle (Modern): Milton Keynes, England

I took this shot during an early morning shoot at Willen Lake, Milton Keynes. The Stone Circle, if I remember rightly, was 'built' in 2000 and is not

Uragh stone circle on a hilltop overlooking Uragh Lough in the ancient forest of Gleninchiquin. Tuosist, County Kerry

Uragh stone circle on a hilltop overlooking Uragh Lough. A Neolithic five stone circle with a huge monolith in the ancient forest of Gleninchiquin. by Dave Dillon

Men-An-Tol  Near Madron, on the Lands End peninsula, the Men-an-tol is an upright circular stone with a hole in the middle. On either side i...

This sacred circle is located on the moors, north of Madron, in Cornwall, England. The centre stone is called Mên-an-Tol which means holed stone in the Cornish language.

Lough Gur Stone Circle, Ireland

Lough Gur Stone Circle is the oldest and biggest in Western Europe

Uragh Stone Circle

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