Monte d'Accoddi in Sardinia

The Monte d’Accoddi in Sardinia.

Excavated in 1954, it’s a neolithic structure originally dating from around 4,000-3,650 BC that seems to have been modified over the millennia and then abandoned in around 1800 BC.

The exact function of the structure is not clear, but the archaeological evidence seems to suggest some sort of temple or altar. It was built by the Ozieri culture who came before the Nuragic civilisation.

Shot taken April 2018.

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