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Annadorn Passage Grave
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Audleystown Court Tomb
Ballintur Cairn(s)
Ballyalton Court Tomb
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Ballynahatty Stone Standing Stone / Menhir
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Ballynoe Stone Circle
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Ballyrogan Giant's Grave Chambered Cairn
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Ballystokes Cup and Ring Marks / Rock Art
Ballyveaghbeg Chambered Cairn
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Barnmeen Standing Stone / Menhir
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Burren Cist
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Carnadranna Cairn(s)
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Carnanbane Court Tomb
Carnbane Cairn(s)
Carn Hill Cairn(s)
Carn Mountain Cairn(s)
Carrownacan Standing Stone / Menhir
Chapeltown Bullaun Stone
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Churchtown Cup and Ring Marks / Rock Art
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Crobane Standing Stone / Menhir
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Drumena Stone Fort / Dun
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Dunnaman Chambered Tomb
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Finnis Souterrain
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The Giant's Ring Passage Grave
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Goward Portal Tomb
Goward Chambered Tomb
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Goward Cairn Cairn(s)
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Goward Chamber Cairn Chambered Cairn
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Greengraves Portal Tomb
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Kilfeaghan Portal Tomb
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Kilkeel Portal Tomb
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Knockshee Cairn(s)
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Legananny Portal Tomb
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The Long Stone Standing Stone / Menhir
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Loughanhatten Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Loughmoney Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Mayo 1 Standing Stone / Menhir
Mayo 2 Standing Stone / Menhir
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Millin Bay Cairn(s)
Moneyslane Standing Stones
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The Mother Church of Mourne Christianised Site
Mullaghmore Stone Circle
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Murphy's Fort, Mullaghmore Hillfort
Portavoe Standing Stone / Menhir
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Rostrevor Standing Stone Standing Stone / Menhir
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Rush's Cove Chambered Cairn
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Saval More
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Slieve Commedagh Cairn(s)
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Slieve Donard Lesser Cairn Cairn(s)
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Summit of Slieve Donard Cairn(s)
Tamary Cairns Cairn(s)
Tamnaharry Standing Stone / Menhir
The Three Sisters Stone Row / Alignment
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Warrenpoint Standing Stone Standing Stone / Menhir
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Wateresk Dolmen Portal Tomb
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Wateresk Standing Stone Standing Stone / Menhir

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The forgotten Mound of Down

This is interesting - may be prehistoric, possibly not.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-16757999
tjj Posted by tjj
29th January 2012ce
Edited 29th January 2012ce

Neolithic homes unearthed at roadside


http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/northern_ireland/3613882.stm

A Bronze Age cemetery is one of a number of prehistoric settlements that have been discovered in County Down... continues...
Posted by BrigantesNation
1st September 2004ce
Edited 1st September 2004ce

Latest posts for County Down

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Goward (Portal Tomb) — Images (click to view fullsize)

<b>Goward</b>Posted by GLADMAN GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
28th April 2016ce

Warrenpoint Standing Stone (Standing Stone / Menhir) — Images

<b>Warrenpoint Standing Stone</b>Posted by oldwarrenpoint Posted by oldwarrenpoint
22nd March 2016ce

Ballynoe (Stone Circle) — Images

<b>Ballynoe</b>Posted by thelonious<b>Ballynoe</b>Posted by thelonious<b>Ballynoe</b>Posted by thelonious<b>Ballynoe</b>Posted by thelonious thelonious Posted by thelonious
7th August 2015ce

Ballynoe (Stone Circle) — Fieldnotes

04/08/2015 – Seeing the photos on TMA of this circle a few months back left such an impression on me. I knew that given the first chance I would try to make my way here to see the stones for myself. If you have access to a car getting there is no problem but it’s not too bad by bus either. There is a bus that runs to Ballynoe but it’s not that frequent. We instead took the 17A bus from Newcastle to Downpatrick. We got off at Ballydugan crossroads on the A25. A couple of miles walk on quietish country roads and we made it to the signposted path to Ballynoe stone circle. The overgrown path off the road to the circle is really lovely and at this time of year it felt like walking through a gateway to another realm. After a few minutes we reached the circle. To folk that have already been I’m sure it will come as no surprise to read that I found Ballynoe stone circle to be as wonderful as I had hoped. A fantastic circle of stones surrounding a cairn with its own kerb. Some lovely outliers as well. Lots to look at and a great location. We sat just outside the circle to have our sandwiches. Just looking across to the stones and the landscape beyond. A perfect few hours spent doing not much of nothing. thelonious Posted by thelonious
7th August 2015ce
Edited 8th August 2015ce

Slieve Commedagh (Cairn(s)) — Images

<b>Slieve Commedagh</b>Posted by thelonious<b>Slieve Commedagh</b>Posted by thelonious<b>Slieve Commedagh</b>Posted by thelonious thelonious Posted by thelonious
7th August 2015ce
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