RFF3H7PD–Medieval pilgrim hut, Clochan na Carraige, on Island of Inishmore which belongs to the Aran Islands in Ireland.
RMC1PW8B–Republic of Ireland, Dingle Peninsula, Clochan with open entrance
RMWW36P7–Boy stands at the doorway of a clochan at Caher Conor in Dingle Peninsula Ireland
RMRJWMTY–Cappagh Beach near Clockane (An Clochán) in the north of the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland
RMEXMFFH–An Clochán Liath, Dungloe or Dunglow in English, is a Gaeltacht town in County Donegal, Ireland.
RMFH4A0N–drystone wall of beehive hut, clochan, 6th century on Skellig michael
RMDA9740–Clochan An Aifir Or Clochan na BhFomharach, EU, Uk, Basalt, Bushmills, Columns, County Antrim, Europe, European Union, Exterior,
RM2D6G74A–A clochán, or beehive huts, dry-stone buildings with a corbelled roof, commonly associated with the south-western Irish seaboard. The precise construction date of most of these structures is unknown with the buildings belonging to a long-established Celtic tradition, though there is at present no direct evidence to date the surviving examples before the first century AD. Many occur in religious contexts such as used by the monks following Saint Patrick.
RM2JF1MJ3–Remains of a clochan on the Dingle Peninsula
RMPJXJJD–Ireland, Co Leitrim, Manorhamilton, Teapot Lane, Clochan Athar marker stone at end of road
RFPHWMYX–Traditional dry-stone farmers hut in Languedoc, France
RFH7GTRT–Clifden pinned on a map of Ireland
RMCB69JT–Legend has it that the Irish warrior Fionn mac Cumhaill (Finn McCool) built the causeway to walk to Scotland
RMKKKY5J–Leacanbuaile early Mediaeval stone fort fortified settlement near Cahirciveen, Co. Kerry, Ireland. Interior clochan houses
RMT2NRPT–Giant's Causeway, Bushmills
RFJ55R7A–The famous ancient volcanic eruption - Giant's Causeway of County Antrim, Northern Ireland
RFF5EY6D–Giant's Causeway evening sky
RMBCJ1HW–recreation of a beehive hut, at Kilmartin, Argyll, West Scotland