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The Park of Pranu Muttedu wheelchair accessible tours, represents one of the most evocative archaeological sites of internal Sardinia.

It is located a few kilometers from the town of Goni and just half an hour by accessible van from Cagliari.

The archaeological area is an extensive Arenaceous and Schistose platform of Gerrei, a region of South Eastern Sardinia.

The excavations extend inside a luxuriant cork forest.

The combination of such a rich and rare monumental heritage with the wooded and environmental one, the variety of colors and scents of the numerous essences in perennial bloom give the site original and particularly suggestive characteristics.

The Park of Pranu Muttedu area extends for about 200 thousand square meters and boasts the highest concentration of Menhirs on the island and numerous burials of various types from the recent Neolithic.

The Menhirs present, about 60, are of the Proto-Anthropomorphic type, distributed in long alignments or arranged individually or in groups, often located near the tombs.

The most important alingment consists of 20 elements.

To the North of the plateau, in the locality of Su Crancu, is the reference hut cluster of the necropolis.

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The tombs are mainly circular made with a series of stone circles embedded in the ground and a sub-rectangular burial cell in the center.

Some are instead composed of a circular chamber and a corridor made with rows of stone driven into the ground and surmounted by slabs, once covered by a mound.

In the Park of Pranu Muttedu, in the rocky ridge of Genna Accas, there is also a small Hypogeal necropolis composed of 4 domus de janas built both in the well and in a horizontal projection.

The extreme accuracy and monumentality of some tombs in the park suggest that the site was used for important sepulchral functions and religious rites, as in the case of tomb number II, considered by scholars to be a sacred temple perhaps used for the cult of ancestors.

To create it, 2 huge blocks of sandstone were used specially transported on site and other minor blocks assembled together to form the antechamber and the burial cells.

Finely excavated with details that recall the domus de janas, such as the recess of the access door.

Finally covered by an earth mound with a circular stone perimeter wall.

In front of the access door there is a huge Menhir and a large circle of stones with a diameter of 30-35 meters circumscribes the tomb.

The archaeological excavations carried out in the 1980s by Enrico Atzeni, have returned numerous artifacts of different types attributable to the culture of Ozieri ( 3200-2800 BC ), such as obsidian arrowheads, one flint stiletto, miniature jars and other accessories.

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