Sardinia is quite the Magnum Opus when it comes to its discoveries. There are simply put way too many discoveries that have been made in Sardinia for us to list them all, so instead, we will just focus on describing them as a whole.
The most notable ones that stand out are definitely the mysterious ancient pyramid and the strange ancient goddess worshipping site that has been discovered in there.
But, let’s be honest here, whenever you think about Sardinia you don’t think about pyramids or worshipping sites, no, you think about the ever so popular nuraghe.
The nuraghe is the main type of megalithic edifice discovered in Sardinia. Most of them date back to 1900-730 BC which would mean they belong to the Nuragic Age.
As time moves on we’re uncovering more and more of them in Sardinia, with more than 7,000 of them being uncovered on these sacred grounds as of yet.
Scientists believe that as time proceeds we should be able to uncover a lot more, as there are over 10,000 of them in total according to the scientists.
If you’ve ever heard of Sardinia you’ve definitely already heard of the popular nuraghe, that’s for sure.