Ballyganner South

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Ballyganner South: A fine but damaged tomb which has the largest chamber in the Burren, formed by 2 great sidestones over 5 metres long and a neatly-fitting backstone. The top of the S sidestone juts forward like a prow and bears definite traces of dressing. The front west end of the chamber is partly closed by a large slab which leaves a gap at the north side. Over the west end of the tomb are two broken slabs which, together with fragments inside and outside the chamber, formed the huge roof of the tomb.

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