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"Su Para e Sa Mongia" menhirs, S.Antioco
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Menhir "Su Para e Sa Mongia" (the friar and the nun, in sardinian language), datation estimated: neolithic era, San Michele culture (pre-nuragic culture, 3200-2800 b.C). They are 3 and 2 meter tall.

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Uploaded: 25/02/2013
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