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A crannóg is an artificial island, usually originally built in lakes, rivers and estuarine waters, and most often used as an island settlement or dwelling place in prehistoric or medieval times. this reconstruction can be found at the Craggaunowen Project. Craggaunowen - The Living Past is an archaeological open air museum in County Clare Ireland, started by John Hunt. The park, comprising of a picturesque lake and idyllic woodland, is host to several examples of early historic dwellings.

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