Crannog on Lough Fad
A crannog is an artificial island, built-in lochs and estuarine waters of Ireland, Scotland and Wales, They were used as dwelling places for over 500 years, for more information about them click here
In Inishowen, you can find lots of examples of ancient Rock Art but much of it is on private land and not accessible. But here at Lough Fad, you can find an example of rock art just meters from the road. The cup and ring marks can be clearly seen on the top of the rock.
If you are looking for the rock then you can use the following in the what three words app ///cassettes.grasslands.muses or click here for the direct link. when on the app click on navigate button to get directions.
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