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Author Topic: Tara Threatened by Road Project  (Read 2306 times)
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« Reply #1: March 23, 2007, 06:35:18 pm »

A friend in Merrie Olde emailed me a link about this.  Apparently the Irish National Roads Authority (NRA) is destroying archaeological sites in order to build a road in the vicinity of Tara, the ancient site of the crowning of the kings of Ireland.

I would love to hear a truly neutral POV on this. The Irish government seems to be saying these sites aren't important and there are many like them all over Ireland. The opponents are claiming they are unique and must be preserved. A neutral study, not paid for/controlled by either side would be interesting. If they truly are unique or even just rare, they should be preserved. If they are common, the case for preserving them becomes much weaker.

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