There have already been so many amazing discoveries in Sardinia that it’s difficult to list them all here. Unless you’re willing to read a book the size of a phone book, we’ve got you covered since in this short essay, we’ll just be concentrating on the most gorgeous.
Consider the strange ancient goddess worshipping sites or the intriguing pyramid that was uncovered here.
We know so little about both of them that it’s a wonder there haven’t been films upon documentaries speculating on the implications of their construction for mankind.
The nuraghe, sometimes known as the nurhag in English, is Sardinia’s most well-known find. This is a kind of Nuragic megalithic structure discovered in Sardinia between 1900 and 730 BC.
Nobody knows anything about them except that they were built in antiquity in great numbers. So far, about 7000 have been found, but experts estimate that this figure will only rise statistically if at least 10,000 were made in the first place.