Poulnabrone dolmen. View of Poulnabrone dolmen, the Burren, County Clare, Ireland. This structure, which was once a neolithic burial chamber (dolmen, or portal tomb), consists of large upright stones (megaliths) supporting a massive capstone. The stones were originally part of a tomb encased in a man-made hill that is no longer present. It dates from around 4200-2900 BC, during the Neolithic period.
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