Exploring Waterford's Ancient Monuments


Date: 30/03/2010

By: Alex Went

Subject: Congratulations

I've not been to Waterford, but this website has been so well-designed and researched I feel I'd love to come.

Date: 09/04/2010

By: Maura Barrett

Subject: Re: Congratulations

Doing my bit for Failte Ireland...get yourself to the Deise!!! It is lovely! Comeraghs are something else. People are the best....the men can even hurl these days!! Sublime coast line...Great megaliths. Good fare, nice accommodation, things to do, places to see...and the best thing about it is that it is not touristy if that makes sense.

Date: 14/03/2010

By: Pat Duggan

Subject: Re:Wonderful New Site.

Congratulations Martin.This is very interesting and seeing as it is on our doorsteps, gives us something new to look out for.This is Great Work - CHEERS!!

Date: 04/03/2010

By: Grainne O Mahony

Subject: Good Work Martin

Brill site Martin... Well done!!!

Date: 01/03/2010

By: Tom Nelligan

Subject: Great new site.

Keep it up...the more people know about these place the better are there chances of surviving!

Great work...I will have to make some trips to Waterford to see these places...

Date: 23/02/2010

By: Jovi Mullen

Subject: Nice Site

I like the site very much.
Nice to see one dedicated to Waterford' monuments.

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Waterford's  tallest standing stone is  located 5 km from Tramore. The impressive stone measures 3.7m in height. See it  Here


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