Ceide Fields Visitor's Centre

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Ibolya Horvath
by Il Turista Informato
published on 08 October 2020
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The Ceide Fields Interpretative Centre was opened in 1993 CE and received the Europa Nostra Diploma of Merit in 1997 CE. This impressive pyramid-shaped building is a 60 ft high, multi-award-winning centre, which explains the background and the archaeology of the Ceide Fields, near Ballycastle, Co. Mayo, Ireland.

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Informato, I. T. (2020, October 08). Ceide Fields Visitor's Centre. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/12870/ceide-fields-visitors-centre/

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