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The amazing wind carved rocky sculptures at the beach of Cala Spinosa,a beautiful small bay surrounded by huge granite rocks at Capo Testa in the northern tip of Sardinia, Italy. At the time of the Roman Empire, this area was a big granite quarry, and some abandoned manufacts of those times, such as rough-hewn blocks and columns are still visible today, after more than 2000 years. The Romans used the granite of this place, which is of a very high quality, for many famous buildings, such as the Pantheon in Rome
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Sardinia, the tiny continent - Seascapes
The amazing wind carved rocky sculptures at the beach of Cala Spinosa,a beautiful small bay surrounded by huge granite rocks at Capo Testa in the northern tip of Sardinia, Italy. At the time of the Roman Empire, this area was a big granite quarry, and some abandoned manufacts of those times, such as rough-hewn blocks and columns are still visible today, after more than 2000 years. The Romans used the granite of this place, which is of a very high quality, for many famous buildings, such as the Pantheon in Rome