Derrynavaha

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Derrynavaha is one of the finest of many wedge-tombs in the Burren of Clare - and the flora surrounding it, and the superb view south over the remarkable limestone pavement (or karst) as far as the mountains of county Kerry (on a good day) add to its appeal. The chamber, which is about 3.4 metres long is covered at the west end by a large, broken, grass-covered roofstone measuring 2.1 by 2.4 metres. Some of the stones of the characteristic outer wall are higher than the roof. The east end is closed, and the entrance at the west end is partly closed by a high slab at right angles to the chamber.

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