Grange Stone Circle Lough Gur, Bruff

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Historic Site · Tourist Spot
Grange stone circle (Lios na Gráinsí or Fort of the Grange) is a stone circle in County Limerick, Ireland. It is located 300m west of Lough Gur, 4 km north of Bruff. The Limerick-Kilmallock road is nearby.

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  • This is a fascinating place! To stand in this stone Circle, and imagine our ancestors holding rituals here, 4,000 years ago is incredible!  more »
  • Worth stopping in and spending a few minutes soaking up the atmosphere and reflecting on times past.  more »
  • Worth a look if you're in the area, I wouldn't make a special trip though unless you're really in to this stuff. Beware cowpats disguised as stepping stones. Plenty of parking at the roadside.
  • Wonderful Neolithic site just a bit off the beaten path between Cork and the Cliffs of Moher. Highly recommend a stop. There is also a nearby visitor center and more Neolithic sites. It truly is a site to behold standing in front of these stones.
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