The Dolmen d’Ayer is a prehistoric burial chamber located in the Savoie region of southeastern France. It consists of four standing stones and a large capstone, and is believed to date back to the Neolithic period, around 3500 BCE. The dolmen is located in a picturesque alpine setting and can be accessed by a short hike from the nearby village of Bonneval-sur-Arc.
Prehistoric burial chamber consisting of four standing stones and a capstone, located in Savoie.
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