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Spain Dolmen de Lácara

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The dolmen of Lácara is a megalith that follows the model known as anta. It is the largest in Extremadura. It dates from the end of the Neolithic or the copper age (4000-3000 BC)
The dolmen, from 20 to 25 m in diameter, of which some curbs are still preserved and one side with the wide chamber, has its remains on a round hill. It consists of a circular chamber and a long and wide corridor. Of the chamber, which should have been about 5 m high, the lateral blocks, except two of them longer, only remain in their lower part, while the stone that covered them has disappeared.
Relatively intact are the corridor, a square portal and four of the five false horizontal ceilings. The back part is separated from the previous one by two lateral stones.

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You can get there driving from the town of Aljucen on the EX-214 road for about 8 kilometers. You can see the parking area where you left the car. Then it's just a one-kilometer walking route.
Crowd Factor Nearly no other people
Best Timing Blue hour/nighttime during spring
Sunrise & Sunset 08:36 - 18:38 | current local time: 17:36
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