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Category: Mountains, Local time: 02:21:31, Altitude: 197m

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slightly hilly

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GPS: 53.5742, -6.6143
Altitude: 145 m
Highest peak -altitude (m): 197 m
Is there a cable way or chairlift?: No
Is there a helioport nearby?: No
Last update: Oct 17, 2012 8:10:37 PM

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 Aura: 69Reviews: 124Jan 31, 2012 2:30:26 PM
The Hill of Tara, near the Boyne River, is a significant archaeological site between Navan and Dunshaughlin in County Meath, Leinster, Ireland. The site includes a lot of ancient monuments as, according to tradition, it used to be the seat of the High King of Ireland.
It is a sacral site associated with kingship rituals, and before you go there, get informed about the place so that you can really enjoy its very special atmosphere. Or take with you somebody who can tell you about the history of the place...Recommendable for people interested in old history, not for families with little children as it is a sacral place.

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Kilmessan (3.5km)Dunsany (3.6km)Navan (10km)Trim (12km)Ratoath (13km)Ashbourne (16km)Slane (16km)Athboy (21km)Dunboyne (19km)

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