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Bru na Boinne Bridge - Ireland
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The bridge at pathway to Newgrange tomb in Bru na Boinne. Newgrange is one of the most important prehistoric monument in Republic of Ireland and perhaps of the world. This site is dated before Egyptian Piramids, with more than 4,000 years, and is considered one of the Unesco  World Heritage Site.

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