'New stonehenge' discovered in dry dry Ireland

'New stonehenge' discovered in dry dry Ireland

World July 15, 2018 13:36

dublin - An Irish amateur photographer and archaeologist has discovered a 'henge' of thousands of years old in the north of Ireland. The stone row was discovered in a farmers field and was clearly visible thanks to the continuing drought. That's what Irish media reported.

Anthony Murphy had strong suspicions for years that there was more to be found in the field. The discovered henge, a circular structure from the copper age, is located in the middle of an archaeological attraction area, with burial mounds and other henges.

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