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Bronze Age Burial Site of Sammallahdenmäki

Listed under Archaeological Sites in Western Finland, Finland.

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This Bronze Age burial site features more than 30 granite burial cairns, providing a unique insight into the funerary practices and social and religious structures of northern Europe more than three millennia ago.

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