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The Emerald Isle's signature rolling green hills and meadows are a treat for travel-weary vacationers,

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From ancient stone formations and thousand-year-old churches to modern shopping centers,

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Ireland's intriguing combination of turbulent history and jubilantly jolly pubs offers something for every traveler. www.claytonhotelgalway.com


One of the most fascinating things to see during a trip to Ireland are the stone circles,

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monoliths and mounds dating back thousands of years.

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Burial mounds, known as Court Cairns and Tumuli, can be found all over the countryside.

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One such ruin in the Silvermines Mountains has become exposed over time,

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and the many stone chambers inside are now visible to tourists.

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The most impressive stone circle is The Lios in Limerick, which dates back to 2000 BCE

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and has a distinctly eerie atmosphere that is accentuated by the area's abundant overgrowth and crooked trees. www.claytonhotelgalway.com


This giant circle is 150 feet in diameter and it is attached to a long stone-lined path

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that leads to two other smaller circles nearby.

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