[Photo] Poulnabrone Dolmen

Poulnabrone Dolmen is a neolithic tomb for the \’speacial dead\’ dating from around 3200 to 3800 BC. Poulnabrone literally means \’The hole of the sorrows\’ and the tomb is one of the most famous and best preserved of it\’s type in the country. Excavations revealed that over 20 people from the bronze age, both adults and children, were buried beneath the tomb.
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[Photo] Bernard Pras sculpture at Spanish Arch

An amazing sculpture of Irish playwright Tom Murphy by french artist Bernard Praz. It’s formed from an arrangement of found objects, which created the portrait when viewed from this particular angle using the Spanish Arch in the background as the dome of the head. This installation was present during the 2003 Galway arts festival.
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