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Tempio di Antas, Fluminimaggiore
(4.3/5 based on 180 reviews on the web)
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  • Home very well. Available in French, but very average site explanations. Like the rest of what we saw in Sardinia are evocations by drawings could be groups of stone that you see coming out of the ground. Several sites in one which a Temple restored "to the trowel" a little as in Greece. Don't miss by centenary oak and the Roman quarries (we walk in the middle of the cut stones)
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  • Having been twice already to Fluminimaggiore and failing ever to visit the Temple of Antarctica, the third, together with my father, we decided to see him. Not to be missed! The four euros required for entry, are well spent. You enter another world. The structure, exterior, all is pleasant, well taken care of and the young lady to, friendly and kind. With the only extra 1 euro, we ensure your visit to the Ethnographic Museum of Fluminimaggiore, which make an afternoon of it. The Romanesque church is spectacular and well worth seeing. Too bad for its mosaics, the subject of depression. Highly recommended. Marco & Franco
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  • It's a nice place, impressive. It is nestled in the woods of the area. The temple is very particular. A large panel at the entrance describes Roman temple rebuilt by Emperor Caracalla in the 3rd century. ad on the site of a Punic Temple. The place is very nice. At the entrance, is given a mini guide which includes a couple of interesting walks in the Woods, guided by descriptive panels well spaced out.
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  • The whole site is maintained very well, there is a bar where you can make good snacks. Besides the Temple of Antas there are also ancient ruins, Roman quarries and a beautiful ancient Cork oak. Really fascinating is the remains of the Temple of the dolmen (although the latter remained very little). A bit disappointing the remnants of the Roman quarry. The oak tree is beautiful!
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  • Nice historical site worth visiting, very nice and impressive lobby, courteous and helpful the two people at the ticket office. Council the audioguide (€ 2) to better appreciate the history of the area. The temple is well valued, with an adequate surrounding signs, there are also other paths leading to visit extraction quarry stone, an old oak tree and caves (ca. 3 km distant and not included in the entrance fee). Food available at very modest prices at lobby bar cold meats and cheeses.
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  • Unique place in Sardinia! Great Park well run by the cooperative. Besides the temple can be visited also the remains of a nuragic village which crop up again and stone perimeters of some huts
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  • It is a place with an incredible energy
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  • Very impressive place, Park services. Archaeological area spanning different historical periods
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