Showing posts with label Beehive Mounds. Show all posts
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Monday, May 20, 2013

Beehive Fairy Mounds

Beehive Fairy Mounds
In Ireland & Scotland there are many different fairy mounds all over the country sides and valleys. All of these date back to the 31B.C.

Beehive Mound  



Beehive Mound
As in this Bee hut dwelling that is out on the Dingle Peninsula, of the Westernmost tip of Ireland. It is said that there were at one time up to 400 of these Beehive fairy mounts that were on this three-mile stretch of coastline of the Peninsula of Ireland. They say that inside these huts you would feel much larger. In fact huge! compared to what it looks like on the outside.

Beehive Mound

 Dingle Peninsula of Ireland
To enter the hut you have to stoop to go through the doorway. It much harder these days on the Beehive fairy Mounds because of their building techniques that were used originally on them in 31B.C. And continues to be used to constructed storage sheds as late as the 1950's. This is just one of the many of the century old dwellings that have survived by the ancient faeries. Here are a few photo's that I have found around the Dingle Peninsula of Ireland. This is where many of the original Beehive fairy Mounds were originally built in 31B.C. and there are still a few left there . It is a beautiful stretch of coastline in Ireland. I guess that is why the faeries choose the area. Enjoy the photos.

Dingle Peninsula of Ireland

Wendy..   
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