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Hill of Tara (Temair) - Gallery of photos

The following is a selection of photographs of the Hill of Tara which help to give an impression of the hill and its various monuments as well as helping to visualise the wider landscape in which Tara is set. I plan to add to this gallery as I make more visits and explore the famous hill from different angles.

Crescent Moon and Church
Sunset from Sloping Trenches
Winter Solstice evening sun

The crescent moon over the Church at the Hill of Tara.

Warm sunset over a cold January landscape viewed from Tara.

Evening sun on the Winter Solstice viewed from Tara.

Banqueting Hall
Lia Fail - Stone of Destiny
Banqueting Hall

A view along the Banqueting Hall.

The Lia Fail on Winter Solstice.

A view of the Banqueting Hall.

Fothadh Grainne
The Sloping Trenches
The Sloping Trenches

The Fothadh Grainne.

Frost on the Sloping Trenches.

A view of the Sloping Trenches.

Druids at Tara
The Lia Fail - Stone of Destiny
Standing Stones

Druids get their photo taken at the Summer Solstice festival on Tara.

A photograph of the Stone of Destiny by Richard Moore.

Standing stones in the churchyard on the Hill of Tara.

Saint Patrick faces towards Skryne Castle Teach Cormaic - Cormac's House The church at Tara

Saint Patrick faces east towards Skryne Castle.

Teach Cormaic - Cormac's House at Tara.

The church at Tara. In the graveyard are two standing stones (above).

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