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Waterville, Ireland
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Great stones, must walk to site

We drove ourselves, so we took time to visit these stones. I am so glad we did as they were... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
beachgirl9211
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Delray Beach, Florida
Difficult to reach, best seen from road

The four stones are said to mark the burial site of Scéine, the wife of the Milesian bard-magician... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2017
Clive B
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Dartford, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We drove ourselves, so we took time to visit these stones. I am so glad we did as they were impressive and provided an amazing photo op. You will need to park on the southern end of town or as we did, find a pull...More

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Reviewed 9 April 2017

The four stones are said to mark the burial site of Scéine, the wife of the Milesian bard-magician Amergin, who is said to have died at sea just prior to them invading Ireland. Stading 9' tall you cannot miss the four standing stones on the...More

Thank Clive B
Reviewed 14 August 2016

I attempted to visit this monument as I was staying in a house close by. This monument is not well signposted. Although I could see the stones from the main road (Ring of Kerry) I could not find a way to get up close to...More

2  Thank thep0stman
Reviewed 18 March 2015

So unique, and so magical. I can imagine Druids standing here thousands of years ago and the kids really "got it" too and it prompted many a conversation about different beliefs and respect for the cycles of nature in Ireland where we're so lucky to...More

4  Thank Andys26
Reviewed 27 March 2014 via mobile

I don't know why the other review for this category is for a golf course, because this is actually a collection of standing stones, NEAR the golf course. These ancient standing stones are a very short walk from Downtown Waterville. If you're on a bus...More

7  Thank Vagabond-Sue
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