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The fort of Dun Aengus

The walls of the imposing Dun Aengus Stone Fort, Inishmore, the Aran Islands, off Ireland's west coast. The fort is preched on a windswept 100-metre high cliff above the Atlantic waves. Thought to date to the 2nd century BC, it is surrounded by cheval de frise defences.

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The walls of the imposing Dun Aengus Stone Fort, Inishmore, the Aran Islands, off Ireland's west coast. The fort is preched on a windswept 100-metre high cliff above the Atlantic waves. Thought to date to the 2nd century BC,  it is surrounded by cheval de frise defences.