Hyper modern visitor experience for Irish Boyne valley tombs

Newgrange grave
Newgrange grave Foto: Francesco Bandarin (wiki)

After a year of construction works, the archaeological site with UNESCO World Heritage status of Brú na Bóinne (or Boyne valley tombs) in County Meath in Ireland opened a new “state-of-the-art” visitor experience. Visitors for the prehistoric landscapes will be able to experience the daily life of Neolithic people.

The visitor experience, almost a year in the making, tells the story of the construction of the Neolithic passage tomb at Newgrange around 3,200BC – before Stonehenge or the Great Pyramid of Giza – and its annual winter solstice alignment.

Read more at the Independant.ie.

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