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Singers Of Sardinia Tags: personalities, traditions & folklore, history & culture 0 Comments

Singers Of Sardinia

During the superb holidays spent at the Gabbiano Azzurro Hotel & Suites, Sardinian songs are an experience to take home as it’s comparable to the sun: it lingers on the skin and then remai...

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"Sa Paradura": Safety In Numbers Tags: traditions & folklore, history & culture, 0 Comments

"Sa Paradura": Safety In Numbers

" The Sa Paradura is a gesture that is existing since the dawn of time. When a shepherd unluckily loses his flock for many reasons, may it be because it has been stolen, or because it has bee...

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The Shardana: Warriors Of Sardinia Tags: personalities, arts & artisans, history & culture, 0 Comments

The Shardana: Warriors Of Sardinia

A Nuragic civilization was born and developed in Sardinia, confined in a period dating from the Bronze Age (1800 BC) to the 2nd century BC, already being Roman Age. The  Shardana , populati...

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Atlantis, The Center Of The World And...Sardinia! Tags: history & culture, 0 Comments

Atlantis, The Center Of The World And...Sardinia!

I love Sardinia. And it’s not only due to the famous imposing Sardinian rocks, and it’s not only due to the Mediterranean scrub nor due to the enchanting emerald-like color of the sea. I...

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The "Su Coccu" Tags: traditions & folklore, history & culture, 0 Comments

The "Su Coccu"

The “ Su Coccu ", usually an onyx or obsidian black round stone, but also round turquoise stone or coral is used, set between two little silver cups and mainly is an amulet used to fight evil-e...

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Treasures Of Magic Origin: The "Janas" Of Sardinia Tags: nature & landscape, history & culture, 0 Comments

Treasures Of Magic Origin: The "Janas" Of Sardinia

Sardinia, besides being such a beautiful worth to be visited and experienced, is also magical. Magical is the color of the sea, magical is the bursting of stories silence of the mountains, the magica...

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Giara's Plateau & Its Wild Horses Tags: nature & landscape, hiking & trekking, 0 Comments

Giara's Plateau & Its Wild Horses

If you have come to Sardinia and you have been conquered by this breathtaking, wonderful land full of natural allure, from the sea to the mountains, from the vegetation to the numerous archaeologica...

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Maria Lai & The Art Of Threads Tags: personalities, arts & artisans, 0 Comments

Maria Lai & The Art Of Threads

Stretched or tangled, sewn, resewn and unstitched, loose or knotted, the threads are the artistic language of a small Sardinian woman: Maria Lai . Maria Lai wanted to stitch the world with ...

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Basketry: The Sardinian Baskets Tags: arts & artisans, traditions & folklore, 0 Comments

Basketry: The Sardinian Baskets

In Sardinia, a land rich in aquatic plants, basketry is widespread. Even though there are still craftsmen who create mats and fences, manufacturing of baskets,  corbule  (decorative baskets...

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The Cork Tags: nature & landscape, arts & artisans, history & culture, 0 Comments

The Cork

On both sides of the road, oak woods follow one another and the nude tree trunks are brick red where they have been already harvested. We are going to  Tempio Pausania , the capital of Gall...

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