Cagliari Necropoli Tuvixeddu

The Tuvixeddu necropolis is the largest Phoenician-Punic necropolis still in existence. It extends within the city of Cagliari, all over the hill of the same name, and lies between the areas developed along viale Sant'Avendrace and Via Is Maglias. The name Tuvixeddu means "hill of small holes", from the Sardinian word “tuvu” for "cavity", "empty", "hole", due to the presence of numerous tombs carved into the limestone. Important intervention in the vastest necropolis found so far, in order to create an archaeological park in the heart of the city, with excavation and infrastructural works.



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