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Visit the Giants' graveon Sardinia, Italy

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Come to Giants' grave that was used as public tomb during the Bronze Age, and touch the construction, which had special meaning for ancient people.
How to visit the Giants' grave on Sardinia
Near the municipality of Logudoro it is one of the most famous Giants' grave - a high stone building with an entrance to a dark and gloomy room, where, according to legend, the Giants were buried.

Now you can visit this place and you can get to the Tombs of the bus 427, or by car, which is much more convenient.

Be sure to inspect each stone tombs, and make photo next to the small and narrow entrance.

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One of the most famous Giants' Tombs of Sardinia, that was built in the Bronze Age and still raises questions among scientists.

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