Cairn K

Local nameCairn K
LocationConnacht, Ireland

Carrowkeel is a cluster of passage tombs in south County Sligo, Ireland. They were built in the 4th millennium BC, during the Neolithic era. The monuments are on the Bricklieve Hills, overlooking Lough Arrow, and are sometimes called the Bricklieve tombs. They are named after the townland of Carrowkeel in which most of them are located. Nearby are the Caves of Kesh and Heapstown Cairn. The Carrowkeel tombs are protected National Monuments and are considered one of the "big four" passage tomb cemeteries in Ireland, along with Carrowmore, Brú na Bóinne and Loughcrew.

Tags Archaeological Site
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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrowkeel_Megalithic_Cemetery

Address Ireland

Coordinates 54°3'15.129" N -8°22'38.476" E

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