Dolmen de Touls

Megalithic tomb

Dolmen de Touls

The Dolmen de Touls is a megalithic tomb located in the commune of Lavelanet-de-Comminges in southwestern France. Dating back to the Neolithic period, around 3500 BCE, it consists of several large standing stones supporting a large flat stone that forms the roof of the chamber. The site is notable for its well-preserved carvings, which include spirals, meanders, and other geometric shapes. It is believed to have been used for burial rituals and is one of several megalithic sites in the area.

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