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Ballymacdermott Court Tomb

Commanding fine views to the east, this three-chambered tomb is entered from a shallow, west-facing forecourt of small and medium-sized stones. The structure is, unusually, still nearly covered in cairn material. It has 3 chambers separated by jams. The larger central chamber shows evidence of the roof being of corbelled construction.

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