Li Mizzani Giants' Tomb

Provincia di Sassari, Italy

Probably dating from the Middle Bronze Age (1600-1300 BC), Li Mizzani Giants' Tomb is among the few in the island that has retained the stele in its original upright position, 2.8 meters high.The Tomb of Giants Li Mizzani has an external width of 2.45 m. About 300 meters from the grave, to the left of a country house, is less than the perimeter wall and the entrance of the dolmen Luchia; near you you can also see the remains of a nuragic village.


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Founded: 1600-1300 BC
Category: Cemeteries, mausoleums and burial places in Italy


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Renata Goes (18 days ago)
Interesting place. Easy to get there by car. Free entry. You can see and leave in 10 minutes though.
Jonathan s (6 months ago)
Enjoyed it steep drive to get there on single track but well worth it Very atmosphere place
Zhana Kuncheva (2 years ago)
It seems abandoned but it is quite and peaceful to go and explore without groups of tourists
maciej sapkowski (3 years ago)
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