Newgrange is a pre-historic tomb found in Co. Meath. The tomb was built by farmers from the Boyne Valley around 3,200 BC and is known worldwide for its impressive architecture and celebration of the Winter Solstice. Every year, at sunrise on the day of the Winter Solstice, the sun aligns with the tombs narrow entrance perfectly, illuminating every room. The Megalithic stone artwork found at Newgrange heavily influenced subsequent Celtic design, and the swirling pattern found on the tombs entrance stone has inspired these pieces of jewellery. Newgrange is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.