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Labbacallee (Irish Leaba Caillighe - English "bed of the witch") is the largest Irish wedge tomb with a length of over 14 m. It is located in County Cork, in the southwest of the Republic of Ireland, about two kilometres southeast of Glanworth and eight kilometres northwest of Femoy. Wedge Tombs, formerly also called "wedge-shaped gallery graves", are aisle-less, mostly undivided megalithic buildings from the late Neolithic and early Bronze Age.
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