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Ireland | Dying vegetation from record heat wave unveils previously unknown prehistoric henge

The heatwave has been described as “critical” in the discovery of a henge, or circular enclosure in the UNESCO World Heritage Site close to Newgrange in county Meath.

The henge, which could measure up to 200 metres in diameter, is believed to have been built some 500 years after Newgrange which dates from 3,000 BC.


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