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This is a stone circle consisting of 16 granite boulders some standing and some flat.
The date of the circle is unknown.
They form a picturesque circle of grey granite stones and an outlier.
Some of these pillars and boulders are up to two meters high and enclose an area of about twenty two meters across.
These types of tall stones features are common to circles close to Kildare – Wicklow border.
Just to the north of the circle is the single standing stone or outlier.
Legend relates that this outlying stone and the circle area relate to a piper and his dancers, petrified in stone for violating the Sabbath.
To get there, follow the N81 from Dublin passed Hollywood and look out for a brown sign on the left hand side of the road saying “Piper’s Stone Circles”.
It is possible to park right next to this sign.