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Pranu Mutteddu, Goni

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  • We were passing and the owner of the hotel where we stayed she recommended, I must say I was completely right. The Park is well arranged, offers parking bar, picnic area. Excellent guide, does not repeat the usual padmaja from memory but it explains comprehensively, open to dialogue and to the comparison in order to clarify any doubt, congratulations.
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  • a site that captures the serenity that is breathed Strolling among huge old oak trees (some 500 years), many fascinating and menhirs graves dating back to about 3000 years BC > Giampiero drove us to discover belle domus de janas and she expertly explained the history of the site. Certainly worth seeing, a unique place with a great atmosphere, you can't miss it
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  • The park encompasses really worth a visit. Immerse yourself in all the monuments and not knowing how to express preferences between those of stone (tombs and menhirs) and live ones (the beautiful oak trees) ... I guduti all trying to bring home the energy that these broadcast
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  • Fantastic site! The Park Guide has proved adept and courteous! Tombs and ancient monoliths, domus de janas and much more that thanks to the explanations expressed their vital past. It was easy to get to the site from the village of Goni! If you are in the area, I highly recommend it!
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  • Visited last Saturday, I must admit that I did not know the site but I was deeply impressed by the magical atmosphere that still breathes in the Park. Initially, not having noticed the signs for the parking entrance, coming from the main road 6 from cagliari, we checked into the Park immediately across the parking lot, but actually that would be the second part of the Park to visit for last, in fact the first part is immediately on the right of the parking lot, along a small underpass leading to the ticket office and where is the famous row of standing stones which makes this place Stonehege of Sardinia. Pleasant also kindly offered to us by the operator in mind, as well as Mayor of the town (Goni), the historical-cultural context of the archaeological site. Highly recommended a visit, which among other things for students only costs € 3 and to complete you can go see the Nuraghe of Goni from which you can see the Lake Mulargia. Definitely is a place that deserves greater recognition in Sardinia and beyond.
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  • By lush vegetation with Oaks of even 500 years there are about 60menhir, some aligned, others stand out among the Oaks and tombs, mystical atmosphere from which it is hard to break away
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  • Beautiful, well worth a visit! Little-known but one of the most important archaeological sites in Europe. The site is easily accessible by car, good roads and surrounded by a beautiful landscape.
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  • There are a wide variety of funerary monuments and menhirs a place to return
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