Baur South

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Baur South: On the edge of a craggy plateau and just visible from a tarred track, this fine well-preserved wedge-tomb is built typically of thin Burren slabs and contains, unusually, a chamber within a chamber 2.4 metres long, both sharing the same backstone, and retaining its roofstones. As at Poulaphuca (2.5 km NE) the E endstone has a corner chipped off.

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