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Snow covered Boyne Valley scenes
Newgrange and the U-shaped cursus to its east are clearly visible in this aerial image taken after the heavy snows of December 2010.
Newgrange and Knowth
Newgrange and Knowth in the snow.
Newgrange in the snow December 2010.
Knowth and some of her satellite mounds come into view.
A spectacular view of Knowth and many of its satellite mounds in the snows of December 2010.
Knowth and nearly all its satellites are visible in this view.
Knowth and Slane
Knowth with the Boyne River and the Hill of Slane in the background.
Bru na Boinne centre
The Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre barely visible through the snow.
Boyne Valley in snow
The Boyne Valley looks beautiful in the snow.
The bridge across the Boyne at Oldbridge, near the site of the Battle of the Boyne.
Millmount, reputed burial place of the Milesian chief Amergin, is said in folklore to be one of the mounds of Brú na Bóinne along with Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth.
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