There have already been so many spectacular discoveries found in Sardinia that it is hard to describe them all in this post. Unless you’re prepared to read a book the size of a phone book, we’ve got you covered because we’ll just be focusing on the most stunning in this brief essay.
Consider the enigmatic pyramid that was discovered here, or the bizarre old goddess worshipping sites.
We know so little about both of these that it’s a marvel we don’t have documentaries upon documentaries speculating on what their building might entail for humanity.
The nuraghe, often known as the nurhag in English, is by far the most popular discovery in Sardinia. This is a form of ancient megalithic building found in Sardinia during the Nuragic Age, circa 1900-730 BC.
Nobody knows anything about them except that a large number of them were constructed in antiquity. Around 7000 of them have been discovered so far, but scientists believe that this number will only increase statistically if at least 10,000 were built to begin with.