Prehistoric station Filitosa - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Prehistoric station Filitosa
Filitosa is a prehistoric site classified as a historic landmark. A flagship of island megalithic art and considered by scientists to be one of the most enigmatic cultural sites in the Mediterranean and one of the nice prehistoric art in |Europe. the site comprises full of pre-Roman megalithic structures that may or may not be penises. Archaeological evidence suggests that the site was inhabited as early as 3300 BCE.
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Attractions Near Prehistoric station Filitosa
18.93km from Prehistoric station Filitosa
The Gravona is a river of the Corse-du-Sud and a tributary of the coastal river the Prunelli. It has its source in the Renosu massif. It is one of the mountain rivers which was very pure and also its upper end the Gravona is a crystal-clear mountain stream cascading over falls and rapids into trout-filled pools.
Plage du Ricanto
21.66km from Prehistoric station Filitosa
A beautiful beach that was located in the neighborhood of Marseille, France. This beautiful white sand beach is a nice location for a holiday. So many programs are hosting on this beach and also it is a popular destination for water sports. was the venue for the 2008 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup and so many other programs are being conducted on this white sandy beach.
Archaeological Sites Cucuruzzu and Capula
21.67km from Prehistoric station Filitosa
Crossing a Mediterranean forest in the heart of a preserved environment, you will discover the Casteddu de Cucuruzzu, which is one of the twenty or so known casteddi of the island, located mainly in southern Corsica. Discovered in 1959 by the archaeologist Roger Grosjean, the Cucuruzzu site has been listed as a Historic Monument since 1982 and is on the list of 100 historic sites of common interest in the Mediterranean countries. It unveils to the public architectural remains of the Bronze Age.
22.07km from Prehistoric station Filitosa
A majestic roman catholic church which was located in Ajaccio, Corsica. The house of God is the clerical seat of the Bishop of Ajaccio, a suffragan of the Archdiocese of Marseille. The cathedral has been a monument Historique since 30 October 1906. This Cathedral is built in the style of the Counter-Reformation with ocher. The cathedral also houses a large pipe organ built in 1849 by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll and later restored and electrified by Joël Pétrique.
22.09km from Prehistoric station Filitosa
NAPOLEON BONAPARTE was born in this MAjestic castle in Ajaccio in 1769. Napoleon's birthplace, a large and simple residence, is now a museum devoted to the Bonaparte family in Corsica. The visit starts on the second floor with a historical evocation of Corsica in the 18th century and is followed by an introduction to members of the family. In 1967, the house was made into a museum and declared a national museum.
22.5km from Prehistoric station Filitosa
The Fesch museum is located in Ajaccio, the birthplace of its founder, the cardinal Joseph Fesch, it is housed in the 19th-century Palais Fesch on Rue Cardinal Fesch. It has the largest collections of Italian paintings, with three departments being particularly well represented: the Italian Primitives, Roman Baroque painting, and Neapolitan Baroque painting.