Nuraghe Barumini

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The Nuraghe Barumini is the greatest archaeological site in Sardinia (Italy); it's an ancient village, built by "Nuragici people" living in Sardinia during the Bronze Age (18th-15th century B.C.)
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@ 2006-10-08 13:40:12
This is really an answer to private message but I put it in here since you are not yourself accepting them: You can't edit your own submission. Only moderators can do that. If you want corrections made, tell it us with a comment to your submission. After corrections are made we will delete the comment. Anyway, welcome to Virtual Globetrotting!
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@ 2006-10-09 02:16:32
Thanks for the welcome and for the info.
There's another little thing, the correct datation is "18th-15th century B.C."