The burial mound in Colombiers-sur-Seulles is a 60 metre-long monument built during the Neolithic period at the time of the very first farming populations.

The trapezoid monument is made of earth encircled by a meticulously erected vertical stone facing. One single funeral chamber was housed inside, using orthostats.

Dating from 4200 to 4000 BC, it is the only remaining example of this type of monument in Lower Normandy.

A parking area and explanatory panels offer a simple and fascinating discovery of the architecture and the history of the burial mound over an unaccompanied tour.




Pets allowed : yes, yes

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