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Discover 3 places to see in Suni

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Archaeological area of Chirisconis

The domus de janas necropolis is dug into a basalt outcrop overlooking the Valley of the Riu Mannu, along the provincial road Suni-Pozzomaggiore, Planargia region, North-Western Sardinia. The complex includes underground 12 single celled and multicellular burials, almost always consisting of a vestibule.

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There is a guided tour along the route that also includes environmental archaeology the nuraghe Seneghe, the domus de janas of Chirisconis and the wetland of Piscina. To Suni you can also visit the House Museum of peasant Technology Tiu.


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HOUSE MUSEUM OF PEASANT TECHNOLOGY "TIU VIRGILIU"

The House-Museum represents a significant testimony of the peasant culture and crafts of the period between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Is one of the few ancient houses of Suni which still retains the original architectural forms.
Entitled '' Tiu Virgiliu '', its last owner, the House-Museum is divided into two floors and has over a thousand pieces between objects and equipment, related to the craft of agro-pastoral world, that characterized the country's economy until the early fifties of the last century.

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tickets cost:
in summer
Casa Museo "Tiu Virgiliu" € 3,00
Nuraghe Nura


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ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK

The Campu's Race was colonized by the Carthaginians probably dine of the 6th century BC, with the founding of the city of Cornus. The town of Punic age were found several testimonies, among which the most important are the remains of the walls which was girded about the plateau, areas with different burial chamber tombs excavated in the rock and for burials, cremation and several cabinets. In the early Christian age, not far from the ancient Cornus had remarkable importance the religious center of Columbaris, which are currently visible substantial remains relevant to an important monumental c


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