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Museu Arqueologic de Son Fornes, Majorca

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  • Museu Arqueològic de Son Fornès is a little museum located in the town called Montuiri, in the center of the Mallorca island. Here you can see the history of ancestral humans, who inhabited this islan...  more »
  • Of course, before you visit archaeological sites, better acquainted to the Max, with information about this place, because something vividly imagined looking at scattered a handful of stones, very problematic. But the Museum, unfortunately, all information on the Catalan and Spanish, the booklet in English I and could not get it.
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  • The archaeological museum son Fornés shows finds from the Talayotic archaeological area of son Fornés, about 2.4 kilometers outside located from Montuiri on the road after Pina in Montuïri. The museum displays the results of the first eight excavation campaigns (until 1988). Son Fornés is one of the most important and best preserved Talayotic settlements of Mallorca, which originated in the Talayotkultur (bronze age) between 1300 BC and 500 BC on the Balearic Islands in addition to "Ses Païsses" (in the case of Artà) and "Capocorb Vell" (in the South of Llucmajor). The excavation area is (yet) accessible. It includes approximately 3 ha and only about one-third of the presumed size of this bronze age settlement. The area was still at least 200 years after the conquest of Majorca by the Romans (123 BC) settled and farmed.
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