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Dolmen / Quoit / Cromlech

<b>Alzoledda</b>Posted by JaneImage © Moth Clark
Latitude:40° 56' 22.08" N
Longitude:   9° 10' 10.62" E

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This tiny, unobtrusive and very simple construction is hardly worth a glimpse in the context of Sardinia. But if it was in, say, an Oxfordshire field, people would come from miles. Alzoledda has its own reserved patch of ground on the edge of town and is policed by three pretty cats from the house which overlooks it. Jane Posted by Jane
31st May 2008ce

This is the smallest of the group of dolmens, standing about 90cm high and consisting of a capstone of about 2½ metres square balanced on 3 other slabs.

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Yet again, a plant had been left recently, but this time there was also a message (on a separate piece of stone, not on part of the actual structure). Can anyone translate it?
sals Posted by sals
29th September 2007ce