Gigante nuragico    Golgo 'e Mesu - Piana del Golgo - Baunei - Ogliastra

Gigante nuragico Golgo 'e Mesu - Piana del Golgo - Baunei - Ogliastra

Bortigali, nuraghe Orolo - Nuraghe Su Nuraxi, Barumini, Sardinia, Italy.

Bortigali, nuraghe Orolo - Nuraghe Su Nuraxi, Barumini, Sardinia, Italy.

Currently (2006) 78 dolmens are documented in the island of Sardinia, all located in its northern half. Widespread, especially in the Gallura region during the Neolithic dolmen structure is then developed and propagated Eneolithic until the early stages of the Bronze Age, in competition with other types of burial hypogeic (Domus de Janas).

Currently (2006) 78 dolmens are documented in the island of Sardinia, all located in its northern half. Widespread, especially in the Gallura region during the Neolithic dolmen structure is then developed and propagated Eneolithic until the early stages of the Bronze Age, in competition with other types of burial hypogeic (Domus de Janas).

La tomba a Domus de Janas roccia dell'Elefante- Castelsardo (SS)

La tomba a Domus de Janas roccia dell'Elefante- Castelsardo (SS)

The hypothesis that saw the Nuraghe as buildings built for military purposes, once dominant, seems to have lost luster in recent years in favor of a more likely destination religious, but the debate still divides specialists.

The hypothesis that saw the Nuraghe as buildings built for military purposes, once dominant, seems to have lost luster in recent years in favor of a more likely destination religious, but the debate still divides specialists.

motherhood

motherhood

murales a Tinnura

murales a Tinnura

Barumini, Su Nuraxi, #Nuraghe, Sardinia

Barumini, Su Nuraxi, #Nuraghe, Sardinia

Sardinia, Dorgali.#Dolmen Motorra

Sardinia, Dorgali.#Dolmen Motorra

This feature shows the orientation towards particular astronomical events and the fact that the buildings seem all arranged along a path, thus constituting a transit route for a pilgrimage.

This feature shows the orientation towards particular astronomical events and the fact that the buildings seem all arranged along a path, thus constituting a transit route for a pilgrimage.

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