STANDING STONES of IRELAND

Part 4: IRELAND (19 minutes)

The connection through the stones to myth and folklore is nowhere more tangible than on the Emerald Isle. From the rugged beauty of the South to the magnificence of the Boyne Valley, here are to be found more monuments per square mile than anywhere else.

This is the fourth of a complete seven-part online edition of Standing with Stones. If you’ve ever dreamed of travelling through Great Britain & Ireland, visiting the standing stones and other fantastic monuments that our ancient ancestors left us, then you will love this film. Over two years in the making, Standing with Stones was made by just two men with great film making skills, a camper van and a passion for the monuments in stone left to us by Neolithic and Bronze Age ancestors. The result is a remarkable feature length documentary film that take the viewer on a journey of discovery, uncovering the true extent and variety of megalithic Britain and Ireland.

In this episode, Castleruddery, Browne’s Hill Dolmen, Labbacallee, Ardgroom, Uragh, Shronebirrane, Poulnabrone, Carrowmore, Maeve’s Cairn, Creevykeel, Beaghmore, Newgrange, Knowth, Dowth..

NEXT: ISLE OF MAN & NORTHERN ENGLAND

 

Note: This film was made over two years in 2006/7. It has been previously available on DVD but is still to retrieve its production costs. It is available to watch in its entirety here for free but if you enjoyed the film and would like to show appreciation, any donations via the tip jar below would be most welcome.