Kilmory Oib Village

Lochgilphead, Argyll
Deserted Mediæval Village
Also known as Loch Coille-Bharr

This hamlet, not far from the Kilmartin Valley, was abandoned sometime during the mediæval period. A holy well/spring in the centre of the village is decorated with crosses on both sides. The west face also has carvings of two discs, perhaps the sun and moon, two birds, and animals in a damaged area at the top.


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Dunadd

Fort; Rock Carving.

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Upper Fernoch Megalith

Standing Stone.

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Barnashaig

Standing Stone.

6km away.

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Achnabreck Carved Rocksheet

Cup And Ring.

7km away.

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Ballymeanoch Henge

Henge; Cist.

7km away.

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Ballymeanoch Stone Rows

Stone Rows.

8km away.

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Ballymeanoch Holed Stone

Standing Stone (broken, fallen and moved).

8km away.

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Ballymeanoch Cairn

Kerb Cairn.

8km away.

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Kilmichael Glassary Decorated Rock Sheet

Cup and Ring Marks.

8km away.

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Dunchraigaig Cairn

Chambered Cairn.

8km away.

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Dun Mhuirich

Dun.

8km away.

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Nether Largie Stone Setting

Stone Setting.

8km away.

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Temple Wood

Stone Circle.

8km away.

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Torbhlaran

Standing Stone.

9km away.

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Kilmartin Church And Graveyard

Mediaeval Grave Slabs; Early Christian Crosses; Carved Slabs; Church.

10km away.

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