Tomba di Giganti Moru

Tomba di Giganti Moru, Arzachena: Address, Phone Number, Tomba di Giganti Moru Reviews: 3/5

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Natalja M
The Hague, The Netherlands1,325 contributions
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This archaeological monument of Sardinian megalithic gallery grave built during the Bronze Age by the Nuragic civilization worth visiting.
Beautiful forest nearby brings you close with nature, calms you down and takes you away in far past!
Written April 28, 2019
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DunelmArts
Aberdeen, UK989 contributions
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The Moru tomb is a small site, a couple of hundred metres from the car park/ticket office. As it won’t take you long to visit, it’s best combined with a visit to the nearby Malchittu Temple. Don’t forget to pick up an information sheet from the ticket office to explain the site. Surprisingly, there is even a Wi-fi point on site to enable access to the archeological trust’s website! Combined admission tickets with other Nuraghe sites available.
Written October 22, 2017
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julie B
Devizes, UK687 contributions
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all of the ancient archaeological ruins around Arzachena are quite close to each other and well worth a visit. You do have to drive to each of them but they are all in close proximaty of each other. worth a half day trip
Written September 28, 2017
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cookpias
Los Angeles, CA1,708 contributions
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This is included in the admission of the nearby nuraghe, and it is interesting to see this burial site of the Nuraghi civilization--which is unique to Sardinia. It is not a large site, and doesn't take long to visit. Better to include it as a stop off on the way back or forth to somewhere else! I wish there had been more information available on site (no guide).
Written September 29, 2016
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