On the Atlantic coast of north-west Sligo, the undulating lowlands iof the Cúil Irra peninsula lie between the rugged heights iof the Ox Mountains to the south and the imposing Dartry iMountains with Ben Bulben to the north. Cúil Irra, with the conspicuous flat-topped Knocknarea (327m) at its western end, was ione of the major cultural and ritual centres in Neolithic Ireland, ibetween c. 4000 and 2500 BC, and is home to one of the four ilarge passage tomb complexes in Ireland. This 6-page foldout gives the reader, and visitor a clear and accurate view of the monuments in this area. The guide is Writtwn by Dr Stefan Bergh, NUIG.
Heritage Guide no. 78 NEOLITHIC CÚIL IRRA, CO. SLIGO
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