You can see in this picture the standing stones arranged in straight lines and in circles. These stones mark a burial ground for the ancient Vestini tribe.
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Photo courtesy Diego Meozzi/Stone Pages
The Stones of Fossa
The stone rings and tombs of England
are very famous. But, there are also stone structures
in Italy. There are some neat stones in Fossa, Italy. They are standing stones.
These stones form circles and straight lines. They are also arranged from biggest to smallest, so they look like a staircase!
The stones in Fossa are very old. They were probably put into place by the Vestini tribe between 1,000-800 B.C.
It's likely that these stones marked a graveyard for this ancient tribe.
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