Petit Futé's opinion on POULNABRONE DOLMEN
The most famous dolmen in the region dating from 3,000 B.C., and the stone chapel that covers it seems to be a strange lightness, as almost melting… This neolithic megalitha, rather well preserved, represents a portal consisting of seven particularly impressive stone blocks., whose summit is about two meters high. The landscape surrounds the fantastic. Cut, cut, chopped. Every fault, every crack, every rock of the rock, often of a sensual, rounded cut, is a pretext for the birth of a plant, a flower like a miracle at the bottom of a crevasse…
Photo council! The Poulnabrone dolmen is "instagrammable" and is particularly suitable for photography at sunset when light slips between the slopes of the stone blocks.
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