Newgrange: Passage Tomb in Ireland

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    Predating Stonehenge in England by hundreds of years, Newgrange is the best known passage tomb — which is a narrow passage constructed of large stones and one or more burial chambers covered in earth or stone — in Ireland which dates back to approximately the year 3,200 B.C. Although I had been to Stonehenge, I had not heard of Newgrange until it was recommended to me by someone I know who resides in Ireland. However... The post Newgrange: Passage Tomb in Ireland appeared first on The Gate.

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