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BallyroeDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
BaurnahullaDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Bellmount Upper SWStone Circle
BurgatiaDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
CaherkirkyDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Cappaboy Beg SEStone Circle
Carrigagrenane NEStone Circle
Carrigagrenane SWStone Circle
Carrigagulla NEStone Circle
CarrigillihyStanding Stones
CarrigillihyCup Marked Stone
CasheliskyStanding Stones
CoolnaconartyStanding Stones
Coorleigh SouthCup Marked Stone
GarryglassStone Circle
GortnacowlyStone Circle
GurteenaduigeStone Row / Alignment
KillingaCup Marked Stone
KnockatlowigStone Row / Alignment
Knockavilla (Clashanimud)Hillfort
Knockawaddra EStone Row / Alignment
Knockawaddra WStone Row / Alignment
KnocksStone Row / Alignment
KnocksStanding Stone / Menhir
Knocks (East)Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Knocks NStone Circle
Letter (site E)Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
MaulatanvallyStanding Stones
MilleennagunWedge Tomb
ReavoulerStanding Stone / Menhir
SarueStone Row / Alignment
TeergayStone Circle
TinneelStanding Stones
"Can this be death?" thought Prince Andrew, looking with a quite new, envious glance at the grass, the wormwood and the streamlet of smoke that curled up from the rotating black ball. "I cannot, I do not wish to die. I love life - I love this grass, this earth, this air..." He thought this, and at the same time remembered that people were looking at him.

Leo Tolstoy, 'War and Peace', Book Three, Part II, 36.

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