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Storia di Sardegna

  • Route of Nuraghes
    along a well marked
    in the territory of S. Antioco the nuragje are about thirty
  • the Green Train of Sardinia
    Tourism is also this ...
    traveling with Camping Villages of Sardinia, on the routes of the ancient Ichnusa, including steam and tradition, along the railway tracks to tell a Sardinian alternative ...
  • traditional crafts
    an art that reflects the nature and the rural home of the Sardinian people
    carving and woodworking as in the famous wooden masks, production of knives, coral workers, the watermark, cork, granite, and then weaving, embroidery and much more ...
  • ancient traces
    The first dates back to the seventh millennium BC
    best known emblem of Sardinia is the dolmen, built by building civilizations nuragiche precisely, who settled on the island from 2500 BC about until a few decades before the Christian era ...
  • History of Carbonia
    born in the early '900
    stands at the grave crisis in the mining sector and after the second war the city had to look for a new economic order, which would allow her to recover ...
  • History of Iglesias
    of Phoenician origin
    with the conquest of the island by the Pisani in the Middle Ages, the city developed and then live instead a critical stage when it was conquered in the '300 by the Aragonese ...
  • Nora
    ancient settlement in the town of Pula
    Ancient settlement that still holds numerous testimonies, including the spa, some sacred buildings, the theater and the stele of Nora ...
  • Necropolis Tuvixeddu
    historical tours of Cagliari
    located on the hill from which it takes its name and it is important historical evidence of Sardinia. The site has been "saved" by an attempt of urbanization due to an action of historical preservation implemented by the regional government Soru
  • Cagliari underground
    visit to the hidden city
    To enter in its bowels and its fascinating history, through the tanks dug by the Phoenicians ...
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