Hill of Tara (Meath) Reviews
Description:The Hill of Tara was the Coronation place of Irelands pre-Christian kings, and one of Irelands more famous sites. There ... more
Newest Review: ... hill is home to many historical sites ranging from the lia fail, (this was the stone of destiny or fertility and was used in chosing the rightful king of ireland, it was said that when the rightful king placed his hands on the stone that it would sing out letting all the people of Ireland know they have a new king) The Mound of the Hostages where they found a child on top of the mound i am ... more
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by - written on 02/06/01, updated on 02/06/01 (Very useful, 197 readings)
The Hill of Tara is the second most important historical site in Ireland. It is situated 30 minutes away from Dublin on the main Navan-Dublin road. The Hill of Tara was home to the high kings of Ireland for thousands of years. It is the place where St. Patrick went and talked to the king of Ireland and explained the holy trinity with the use of a shamrock. The hill is home to many historical sites ranging from the lia fail, (this was the stone of destiny or fertility and was used in chosing the rightful king of ireland, it was said that when the rightful king placed his hands on the stone that it would sing out letting all the people of Ireland know they have a new king) Read the complete review
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