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The Kamenica tumulus (Albanian tuma e Kamenicës) is an archaeological site in the south-east of Albania, 10 km south-west of Korça. The largest in the country, it was in use from the Late Bronze Age, the i. e. from the 13th century BCE until the middle of the 6th century BCE.
The site of the Kamenica tumulus also has a museum dedicated to the prehistory of Albania.
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