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15/02/2018 di John stone

Hello! This is kind of off topic but I need some help from an established blog. Is it difficult to set up your own blog? I'm not very techincal but I can figure things out pretty quick. I'm thinking about creating my own but I'm not sure where to begin. Do you have any ideas or suggestions? Appreciate it

11/02/2018 di Lauren Conrad

Inspiring quest there. What happened after? Thanks!

01/01/2018 di Irish Stones

Hi Doreen, thanks for your kind message on New Year's Day! Also, thanks for your words of appreciation, I'm sure you'll find something interesting in this website that you can visit at short distance from you. Yes, I'm aware that I missed at least a couple of Stations in the Pilgrims' Walk in Glenclomcille, but we had to find a compromise, and considering the high number of visits on that day, we had to give up something if we couldn't find it quickly. I think we'll be visiting the same area again this year and catch up with what we missed. I am absolutely interested in the photos you took at the sites you have visited. If you want to share them with me, please send them to the email address that you find at the bottom of this page. Thanks a million and happy new year!

01/01/2018 di Doreen

Hi Anthony, I just returned from Donegal. And saw the pillar no. 13 which is in your list in Ghlencollumchine. You missed at least one cairn which is 2 km away. Its on the road to the bed and breakfast Aras Ghlean Colum chine. In this road there is a woollen factory and before the factory is a parking space (not the one from the factory) bevor ca 500 m, if you park there you have to open 2 sheep gates and then you come to a round circle with a cairn and something which looked to me like a table or more like a stone coffin top. I made some fotos if you are interested I send them. And this page is very, very impressive. Thank you so much. I am living in Dundalk and will visit all of your registered places.

25/09/2017 di christopher arnander

It was wonderful that an Italian called Antonio should be so interested in Ireland and produced such a fine web site. I was particularly glad to see the image of my five times great uncle, Charles Lindsay, Bishop of Kildare 1804-1846, reposing in Christ Church Dublin.

06/09/2017 di Irish Stones

@Damian McDonagh, Please, contact me to my email address for details. Thanks!

02/09/2017 di Damian McDonagh

Hi, If you return to Ireland you must let me show you the unexcavated cairn at Slieve Carran in the Burren. Damian in Galway

15/07/2017 di Tony J.

What a wonderful site! Antonio has done a fantastic job gathering information on old ruins across Ireland including some obscure little cemeteries. The grid coordinates only add to this rich collection.

27/02/2017 di David

Fantastic website you have Antonio! I love visiting these ancient places too! This is the web address for all the monuments and interesting places in N.Ireland should you be interested...the Norths version of the link Tom posted below. http://doeni.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=f30dc61c86e44bb5bc19b5cacfe43cdc

10/01/2017 di Tom

Excellent website. I live in Ireland and I don't think I visit the number of sites in one year that you manage to fit into one trip. I not sure if you've seen (you probably have) the following but it's quite handy for finding monuments especially the hidden/unknown ones. http://webgis.archaeology.ie/historicenvironment/

26/10/2016 di Johnb812

Keep working ,impressive job! bbkdeckdgkka

09/08/2016 di Smithk55

Some really quality blog posts on this internet site , saved to fav. aackgffbdddkfeda

20/04/2016 di Cristina

Complimenti per il sito. Molto ben fatto, educativo , preciso e ricco di informazioni che non si trovano in altri posti.

08/01/2016 di Gerard Madden

Hello Antonio. A wonderful site, educational and very interesting. Looking forward to meeting you on your next trip to Ireland.

26/09/2015 di Patrick Carter


30/05/2015 di Smithf328

I have been surfing online more than 3 hours today, yet I never found any interesting article like yours. It is pretty worth enough for me. In my view, if all webmasters and bloggers made good content as you did, the internet will be much more useful than ever before. fakcfcccekabdeec

01/07/2014 di Yukito

Yukito from JAPAN.Good web site.I return in your country for watch stones. So your web-site help me.

21/06/2014 di Jim Dempsey

Superb website Antonio. Hope the weather is kinder for you and your wife on your next trip.

14/03/2014 di alice

We visited Audleystown cairn yesterday. There is a newly erected locked gate at the turning from the road running alongside Castle Ward. This makes it almost impossible to park. The cairn itself is beautiful.

10/02/2014 di Vincent

Excellent and informative - well done. Could I also suggets that next time you visit Athy, Co Kildare, you might also like to see Woodstock and Kilkea castles.

08/01/2014 di Phyl Irwin

Antonio - very well researched and very informative. Well done.

18/12/2013 di Nancy Welch

Dunnamaggan is where my Jackson relatives came from.

05/03/2012 di Axeman

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26/10/2011 di Marco

Ti ho linkato sulla mia pagina FB, spero no ti dispiaccia! ;)

26/04/2011 di marco

Thanks to you Antonio for this website! you did an amazing work!

08/04/2011 di Martin Mullen

Hi Antonio! Nice to see another new site which documents the monuments of our ancient past.

01/02/2011 di Stefanover

Congratulation my Frend of cats ....

31/01/2011 di Marco

Hi Antonio!!! Many congratulation for your new site, it's a great idea! I take a look on your database for planning my next travel to Ireland, tank You!!

15/10/2010 di Dougal Hazel

Hi,I've been looking at your site and it seems we share a similar interest in the creative landscape of Ireland's past. If it is possible to link to your site in a sympathetic fashion please let me know. I am like you creating an evolving section to The Oghamzone website called the Ogham Oracle. As you will see it has a comic-book background based in the idea of the Book of Kells. In the future The Oghamzone it will have a new gallery section of Irish Art, from which images will be incorporated into the Ogham Oracle section helping to balance out the World art/Irish art feel of the site. As a tool the Ogham Oracle shows a continuing connection between Ireland's creative past and present and also Ireland's links to evolving world history. Hope you like the site, although it is a (.com)site I am based in Dublin. Kind Regards, Doug

20/03/2010 di Axeman

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