Prehistoric Village of Mount Corgnon
The site has been rebuilt on the ruins of an ancient castle (fortified village) of the Bronze Age. A hut of the potter, a hut of a weaver and two ovens for cooking pots in terracotta were reconstructed within the fenced area.
The shelter is now home to educational activities, and the other four artefacts are dedicated to the activities of grinding, metal casting, flint knapping and use of dyes.
The site is managed by the Association of Lusaàn ar Spilar Natura.
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