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Donore, Co. Meath, Ireland, C15 R768
Newgrange is undoubtedly one of Irelands most significant and most spectacular passage-grave (a passage tomb covered by a large mound). It dates from 3000BC. It has also the special quality in that on every 21 December the sun shines directly through it,
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Navan, Co. Meath, Ireland, C15 P44W
This ancient site, and one of Ireland's premier attractions, was the symbolic seat of Irelands High Kings until the 11th century. Ring forts can be seen but unfortunately some were damaged by English searching for the Ark of the Covenant. It once had rel
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Loughcrew, Oldcastle, Co Meath, Ireland
This delightful garden, overlooked by the prehistoric Loughcrew Cairns, comprises water, trees and shrubs, vistas and archaeology rather than flower beds, and displays numerous extraordinary features in an historic setting.Loughcrew Historic G...
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Newgrange, Slane, Co. Meath, Ireland
Irelands leading genuine working farm open to the public. Situated in the Boyne Valley, surrounding the Newgrange Monument. Cuddle a kitten, hold a chick, pet a pony, feed the ducks, play with the pig or maybe bottle feed the lambs, or view our many displ
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Unit 4, Alderwood, Stamullen, Co. Meath, K32 W320
Family run, all food is home made: fresh baked cakes, scones, breads, soups; the decor is calm and bright and very relaxing, many of our clients enjoy meetings or just enjoy a good cup of Green Bean coffee.
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Laytown, Co. Meath, Ireland
Ireland's only ecology centre. It contains an organic garden, renewable energy interactive park, riverside nature, rain and solar exhibits, and trailwind.
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Loughcrew, Oldcastle, Co. Meath, Ireland
The Loughcrew Cairns, are a group of Neolithic passage tombs dating to 3000BC. Stunning views of Ireland as well as these magnificent ancient tombs make this place well worth a visit. No wheelchair access unfortunately.
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Kells, Co Meath, A82 E330
A magnificent Parkland course established in 1928, blessed with gentle undulations and mature specimen trees. A fair but challenging test of your golfing skills. You will return to the friendly Clubhouse inspired by your golf and entranced by the be
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Slane, Co. Meath, Ireland
It was on the Hill of Slane that St. Patrick light his Pascal fire at Easter in 433 A.D. It is here that one can see the remains of the 16th century church on the site of the ancient church founded by St. Patrick.
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Kells, Co Meath, A82 E330
A fantastic, modern Parkland course which cross-crosses the River Blackwater, making use of two islands. Designed by Ryder Cup hero Christy O'Connor Jnr., the course makes maximum use of its trees, water and natural features, the result of which is
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Kells, Co. Meath, Ireland
As one of the religious centres of Western Europe in the 8th & 10th century, this holy site not only housed the Book of Kells for centuries but also produced one of Ireland's most important collection of High Crosses, some of them still standing in the sh
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Kells, Co Meath, Ireland
The town of Kells (Ceanannas) is situated 60km north west (N3) of Dublin in the historic Boyne Valley. The circular monastic enclosure protected Saint Columba's Church, the Round Tower and four of the town's five crosses. Nearby, Saint Colmcille's...
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