November 16, 2012

Nuraghe, Sardinia

Photograph by Dave Yoder, National Geographic

Ancient stone structures called nuraghi—like this one on the road between Tempio Pausania and Sassari—are scattered across the island of Sardinia. Many aspects of the Bronze Age ruins, called nuraghe in the singular, remain a mystery to archaeologists.

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