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#1038 Caherconnell Stone Fort - The Burren National Park (Ireland)

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Caherconnell (in Irish "Cathair Chonaill", meaning "Conall's Stone Ringfort") is an ancient and exceptionally well-preserved Celtic stone ringfort
in The Burren of County Clare, Ireland. It lies about 1 kilometre south of the Poulnabrone Dolmen. This fort and other sites like it
would have been dwelt from about 500 to 1500 CE.

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