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M2300 : Polnabrone dolmen - the "icon" of The Burren. by Dr Charles Nelson
R2399 : Traditional wall at Caherconnell by Oliver Dixon
M2300 : Poulnabrone Dolmen by N Chadwick
M2300 : Poulnabrone Dolmen Informationboard - 1982 by Helmut Zozmann
M2300 : The Burren - R480 - Cattle, Field & Tree near Poulnabrone Dolmen Area by Joseph Mischyshyn
M2301 : Glensleade Tower House by Roger Diel
M2300 : Burren - Poulnabrone Dolmen Area - Moss Covered Stone Wall & Scrub by Joseph Mischyshyn
M2201 : Burren ringfort near Lisgoogan by C Michael Hogan
M2300 : Poulnabrone Portal Tomb by Martin Kerans
R2199 : Masonry structure somewhat east of Cahermacnachten by C Michael Hogan
M2300 : County Clare - R480 - Poulnabrone Dolmen (3500 BC) - View to Southeast by Suzanne Mischyshyn
R2497 : Burren ringfort on high ground in the stony meadow by C Michael Hogan
M2300 : Limestone pavement, The Burren by Gareth James
M2300 : Poulnabrone dolmen by Ian Capper
R2398 : Limestone field, looking towards Caherconnell by David Medcalf
R2398 : Barn by R480 by N Chadwick
R2399 : Caherconnell Ringfort by Matthew Chadwick
R2499 : Cattle country by Gordon Hatton
M2501 : Ballymihil Wedge Tomb in the Burren by C Michael Hogan
R2199 : Road junction at Kilcorney by David Medcalf
R2299 : Carron Parish Church by Enda O Flaherty
M2501 : Scrubby Burren flat with drystone wall at track verge by C Michael Hogan
M2401 : Beehive Burren hut in drystone dyked field by C Michael Hogan
R2299 : Cliffs at the valley bottom by Gordon Hatton
R2498 : Burren Pasture - Poulcaragharush Townland by Mac McCarron
M2300 : The Burren - R480 - Stone Walls, Shrubs & Field near Poulnabrone Dolmen Area by Joseph Mischyshyn
R2497 : The Poulacarran depression by Gordon Hatton
R2298 : Stony grazing at Magheraweeleen by David Medcalf
M2301 : R480 by N Chadwick
M2300 : Limestone pavement by Ian Capper
M2200 : Country lane near Baur South by David Medcalf
M2401 : Expansive Burren landscape by C Michael Hogan
R2399 : R480 by N Chadwick
M2300 : County Clare - R480 - Poulnabrone Dolmen Site - Burren Wall by Suzanne Mischyshyn
R2299 : Ruins of Kilcorney church by Gordon Hatton
R2399 : Limestone pavement by N Chadwick
M2200 : Ruined Burren structure by C Michael Hogan
M2302 : Northernmost of the Gleninsheen wedge tombs by C Michael Hogan
M2400 : Drystone ruined structure on high ground by C Michael Hogan
R2398 : Burren meadow along the R480 road by C Michael Hogan
R2298 : Vegetation Monitoring - Magherweeleen Townland by Mac McCarron
M2500 : Irregularly angled drystone wall with tumps in foreground by C Michael Hogan
M2300 : Poulnabrone dolmen by Ian Capper
R2299 : Kilcorney by Dr Charles Nelson
M2301 : The Glensleade depression by Gordon Hatton
R2299 : The Cave of the Wild Horses by Roger Diel
M2300 : The Burren - R480 - Burren Landscape near Poulnabrone Dolmen by Joseph Mischyshyn
M2300 : Limestone pavement by Ian Capper
R2398 : Burren - Derelict Stone Church with  Graveyards enclosed by Stone Walls by Joseph Mischyshyn
M2300 : The Burren - R480 - Stone Wall & Shrubbery between Two Fields by Joseph Mischyshyn
M2300 : Poulnabrone Dolmen, Burren by Ian Edwards
M2300 : Poulnabrone Megalithic Tomb by Anne Burgess


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