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Knockmany Passage Tomb

The cairn commands superb views south over the Clogher Valley.

The covering cairn in its present form is modern, added in 1959 to protect the stones from weathering and vandalism. Excavation showed that a passage of the classic passage tomb is absent but several of the stones forming the chamber are decorated with characteristic passage tomb art including circles, spirals and zigzags.

Prospective visitors should contact DAERA to arrange for the chamber to be opened.

Historic Environment Division, Department for Communities
T: (028) 9082 3207

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