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24.06.2015 21:14, Michael E-mail :
Hi folks, there is some sort of stone circle neat dromid in kerry that I could not see in your site.
It's about half way up bean dubh mountain.

Here is a link

19.06.2015 01:56, Ralf from Stuttgart Germany E-mail :
Thats wonderfull to have such a site! - I am really happy about it!

And I thought first there wouldnt be so much, looking to the offical touristic publications.

thanks a lot!


16.05.2015 17:05, Lois from Ukiah, CA United States E-mail :
I'm currently traveling in Ireland and using your information to find some of these sites. This is a great website.

11.03.2015 20:36, Damien Henry from Meath E-mail :
Brilliant site... We'll done.

22.02.2015 19:42, PATRICK W RHAMES from Fresno, Ca. USA E-mail Homepage :
Just a note to express my gratitude and admiration for the work you do on your website.

I have used it extensively researching sites to photograph and recently spent 18 days on your island doing just that. I could not have been nearly as successful without your exemplary work.[center]

17.02.2015 09:11, David from State of Arkansas, USA E-mail :
What a lovely and well-research website! The photographs and descriptions are beautiful. One gets a real feel for the deep history of the Green Isle by visiting here.

29.01.2015 23:01, Anna from SC USA E-mail :
I have been looking at this site for years. I love reading the inviting stories about each site. What a great job of putting this together. We here in the US get our fairy tales from Ireland. So, to us it's a magical place full of rich history, legends and of course leprechauns and fairies!
Thanks for such a great website. I'll be back!

31.12.2014 00:00, Pam Morris from Bay Area E-mail Homepage :
i have Irish ancestry but have never been to Ireland. I am a glass artist creating large scale glass Chrysalises.... I would like to include some time functions( like at Lagrange) Do you know lead or know of any tours that focus on ancient time recording( stones, sundials) thank you for taking the time to share your discoveries. Sincerely, Pam Morris

07.12.2014 14:40, Frank Peter from Albuquerque New Mexico USA E-mail Homepage :
Thank you so much, Jim, for all your hard work researching these ancient sites and for your generosity in sharing this wonderful aspect of Irish history with the world.

Your work inspired me to visit several of them... and for several times during my trips to the Emerald Isle. In fact, I have posted a blog entry on three of my favorites: Drombeg, Uragh, and Grange (Lios)...
and linked back to your site so that others can learn from your work and enjoy them as I have.

Thanks again and all the best!


12.09.2014 12:45, Peter Moore from Belfast E-mail Homepage :
Excellent site. I use this site extensively before heading away on biking weekends with a fellow former archaeologist.

Love the tie-in with Google Maps and it makes finding historic monuments easier and more reliable.

Please keep up the good work!!

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