The Caves of Kesh, also known as the Caves of Keshcorran, are a series of limestone caves located near the village of Keash, County Sligo.
The caves are situated on the west side of Keshcorran Hill and consist of sixteen simple chambers, some interconnecting.
The caves have been used by man over several millennia, and it has long been suggested that they were the site of ancient religious practice.
Excavations carried out in the early 20th century discovered significant animal remains, such as the bones of brown bear, arctic lemming, Irish elk, and grey wolf.
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