The Dolmen of Monte Bubbonia, on a majestic hill north of Gela town, Sicily. It is a dolmen made of colossal splinters of rock, with no significant modifications, rectangular in shape. The original architectural idea was a small chamber tomb, with the back wall placed against the natural slope of the ground to facilitate burial. The entrance follows the same astronomical orientation (northeast) of all the Sicilian dolmen.
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- Salvatore Piccolo, Ancient Stones: The Prehistoric Dolmens of Sicily (UK: Thornam/Norfolk, 2013)