Full name of site: Island of Inishmore
Short description of site (also include multiple locations if applicable): An Island off the western coast of Ireland, contains a system of stone fences with gates made of loose stones. the island also has thatched cottages, and a number of neolithic and early Christian sites (including the world's smallest church). Dún Aengus, is a famous neolithic fort, located directly above a cliff, is considered one of the world's most magnificent stone age sites.
Criteria (cultural, natural, mixed): I, III, IV,V
Outstanding universal value / comparative analysis: Ireland has other neolithic and early Christian sites on the list, however the architecture and culture of Inishmore is different. the stone fences, and gates is unique in the world. the atheistic value of the site is also high.