The Dolmen de Seigmas is a large Neolithic tomb located in the Tarn region of southern France. It consists of several standing stones and a massive capstone weighing over 30 tons. The dolmen is believed to date back to around 3500 BCE and was likely used for communal burials. Visitors can explore the site and learn about its historical and archaeological significance.
Dolmen de Seigmas
Large Neolithic tomb located in the Tarn region, consisting of several standing stones and a capstone.
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