Nuraghe of Barumini
Nuraghe of Barumini is an archaeological site in Sardinia, a bastion of four corner towers plus a central one, and a village that was developed around the nuraghe. The use of these look-a-like buildings still remains unknown, but archaeologists assume they were used as a religious temples, halls, or military strongholds. Because of its location Nuraghe of Barumini provides a beautiful panorama of the surrounding valleys. It gives a sense of the strategic position the nuraghe had. To penetrate the Nuraghe of Barumini, enemies had to reach a small entrance located 7 meters high, so you can say it was an unconquerable fortress. It was declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1997, and it’s the most important monument of the old civilization in Sardinia.