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La Necropoli di Anghelu Ruju, Alghero
(3.9/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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  • We went to this place in October, after a visit to the Palmavera Nuragic complex. We took the combined ticket that allowed us to save a few euros. The necropolis is quite impressive, especially when you understand the history and origin of the graves. Consider that date from about 1500 years before the nuraghic civilization. The tombs are well preserved and especially many. The ticket price is right, the presence of multilingual audio guide. Worth visiting if there is in
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  • splendid site, visiting times good, very nice to see. Good access, with a decent parking on the site. easily accessible.
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  • You pay admission, and then you go around yourself and read the signs. Old excavations of tombs. Is called the fairy House.
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  • While interesting in historical terms, the place is not visually impressive, and the tombs/graves interiors are not accessible in a way you would expect from leaflets and guidebooks. Think of it as a small golf course with dramatically oversized and somewhat antique ball holes :)
  • Extensive necropolis includes about twenty tombs carved underground. The tombs are narrow and practically no visitable. You can see them from above/outside. Visually, and as experience in General, do not generate the same awe of nuraghi or tombs of the Giants. I still recommend to visit them given the magnitude and historical significance of the site. Best in the late afternoon during the summer.
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  • The largest necropolis in Sardinia ... with my son we had to inspect the graves though are very narrow, use audio guide from the cost irrusorio, that way everything will be more fun and you learn most of what we face.
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  • Gorgeous ... Well preserved ... To see it surely will
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