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    The legendary Lia Fáil ("Stone of Destiny") for which the High Kings were crowned at the Hill of Tara!

    Lunar Eclipse, Hill of Tara, County Meath, Leinster, Ireland

    Dried stone wall above the Ladybower Reservoir in Derbyshire, England

    County Galway, Ireland

    Lia Fail Hill of Tara, Ireland

    Pictish Stone at Elgin Cathedral - Scotland

    The old road that leads to a ancient stone circle, a beautiful & magical place, Ballynoe, Co.Down, Ireland.

    Blarney Castle, Ireland

    The Hill of Tara - Ancient seat of Ireland's High Kings.

    The Blarney Stone


    ~Sacred circle, Ireland~

    A cairn (carn in Irish, carnedd in Welsh, càrn in Scots Gaelic) is a human-made pile of stones, often in conical form. They are usually built as landmarks or as memorials. photo by C.L. Kunst

    Blarney Castle - Cork City, Ireland

    Stepping Stones, Tollymore, Ireland

    Celtic Stone - Eire -

    Doofeeney Standing Stone - The Doonfeeney Graveyard is situated approximately four kilometres west of Ballycastle. Besides our weak spot for graveyards in general, and those allegedly haunt with faeries in in particular, we were lured to this graveyard by the second largest standing stone of Ireland.

    reland 2006 - Drombeg Stone Circle


    wet rocks

    Hill of Tara, County Meath, Ireland