Dolmen de Villard

A well-preserved dolmen with an intact capstone.

Dolmen de Villard

The Dolmen de Villard is a well-preserved megalithic tomb located in the village of La Baume-Cornillane, in southeastern France. It is known for its impressive capstone, which still rests atop the supporting stones. The dolmen is estimated to be over 4,000 years old and is believed to have been used for burial rituals by the ancient people who built it. Visitors can explore the site and admire the impressive stone structure, which is a testament to the ancient engineering skills of its builders.

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