Ballymacdermot Cairn

A trapezoidal cairn stands on the south slope of Ballymacdermot Mountain. It contains the remains of a court grave from the Neolithic Age (last prehistoric period). The two burial chambers are preceded by an antechamber and a circular forecourt. From the site there is a fine view of the region.

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