26 Mar

Brennanstown Dolmen also know as Glendruid Dolmen or Portal Tomb 

Nestled amid the tranquil countryside of South Dublin, along Brennanstown Road, stands the awe-inspiring Brennanstown Dolmen, also known as Glendruid Dolmen or Brennanstown Portal Tomb. This ancient monument, dating back over 5,000 years to the Neolithic period, holds a profound mystique and historical significance. The dolmen's massive granite capstone, delicately balanced atop upright stones, evokes a sense of wonder and reverence. Steeped in myth and legend, it whispers tales of Ireland's ancient past, serving as a silent sentinel to the passage of time. Surrounded by lush greenery and framed by the rolling hills of the Dublin Mountains, Brennanstown Dolmen invites visitors to contemplate the mysteries of prehistoric Ireland and marvel at the ingenuity of its ancient builders. Join us on a journey through the ages as we explore this sacred site and connect with the timeless spirit of the land.

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