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Five thousand years ago Neolithic man walked these paths through forest and glen to this site. Veneration for the dead had become part of life. This was a site for burial in a chambered tomb under these upright stones with their huge capstone. And then covered ritually. A chieftain? It was likely to have been a meeting place for who... 更多
It is a huge area..... with earthworks all round. Great for photos just check on google. You can walk round the top of the earthworks and get a wonderful view of the countryside. I have been here several times and have never seen any 'outside activity'. I would say it is well worth a visit especially on a misty cold... 更多
This is an amazing ancient site about an hour walk from Belfast city center. The walk out is wonderful and the setting is amazing. The site has an ancient energy and a quiet majesty. There is a nice view of the surrounding countryside and the site is virtually deserted. There is a dolmen and a tree of life! I agree... 更多
Theres not much here to be honest, and its not very well sign posted. I have read unfortunately people are using this place for dogging. Would I recommend this place .............no just go on Internet and read about it there, really not much to see here either. People walking their dogs, but not very impressed with the place.
what an embarrassment .i wouldn't bring any one here to see these 5 boulders in a field .that you cant find anyway .someone has taken all the signs away. good on them ..a really Boring place to see .apparently the rocks are a memorial to the dead.you will probably want to join them when you see them .sorry but its... 更多
Dating back to the Neolithic period, the structure is our equivalent of Stonehenge. I visit the area as a dog walker, and always drive. I wouldn't describe the area as being particularly accessible to folk using public transport. It's a fair hike back from the main road. The Giant's Ring is part of a wider area though; you can access... 更多