Tomba dei giganti di Li Lolghi

Arzachena, Italy

Tomba dei giganti di Li Lolghi is a burial chamber which probably dates back to the period included between 1800-1200 BCE. Like the tomb of  Coddu Vecchiu, it was built in two different phases for different uses: during the Nuragic Age the original Dolmen, high a bit less than 4m and probably belonging to the Bonannaro's culture, was linked to a 10m corridor made up by stones stuck in the ground vertically. This new passageway was the new burial chamber where the dead used to be put in through a small entrance at the bottom of the Dolmen.


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Founded: 1800-1200 BCE
Category: Cemeteries, mausoleums and burial places in Italy


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Neida Freitas (8 months ago)
Amazing ancient tomb. You have to buy a ticket to get there. Not crowded.
sergiusz pawlowski (2 years ago)
Interesting place. For fans of history and archeology
Isabel F (2 years ago)
A small, yet for me worthwhile archeological site. It's peaceful. You wonder who the people who built this and who were buried there several thousand years ago.
Irlin Veys Berg (3 years ago)
It's not possible to see the sights. Closed for the season I presume. No information on site.
Vassil Mollov (3 years ago)
Worth checking out.
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