Fourknocks Passage Tomb, Co. Meath.
Although this passage tomb is quite small on the outside, the chamber inside is the largest in Ireland. It was excavated and reconstructed in the 1950's when a roof was added.
The photo shows the front exterior of the passage tomb, steps have been placed up to the summit of the artificial roof which offers amazing views from the Dublin mountains to the south, to the Cooley mountains in the north.
The remains of 65 individuals were found in the passageway and side chambers along with fragments of pottery and beads.
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