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The Sardinian Snack Tags: traditions & folklore, food 0 Comments

The Sardinian Snack

Up to yesterday, I thought that a spuntino (Italian for snack) was something you eat when you are hungry but you don't want to spoil your coming meal, so you put a piece of bread in your mouth w...

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Babbay Nou El: was Santa Claus Sardinian? Tags: personalities entertainment - nightlife - concerts, traditions & folklore, 0 Comments

Babbay Nou El: was Santa Claus Sardinian?

" Jingle Bells Jingle Bells " ....it's time! The Nativity scene is ready, the resin scent of the Christmas Tree fills the air and Santa Claus is almost here. However, someone wondered why is ...

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The Dueno’s Vase Tags: arts & artisans, traditions & folklore, history & culture, 0 Comments

The Dueno’s Vase

The oldest document is written in Sardinian The Etruscan tradition used the so-called "talking objects". It concerned the handmade product where an engraved message was speaking firsthand to whom t...

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Spending A Day With Golfo Aranci’s Fishermen Tags: traditions & folklore, experiences & activities, golfo aranci, sealife & watersports, 0 Comments

Spending A Day With Golfo Aranci’s Fishermen

As we wrote in Golfo Aranci: A Fishermen Village , Golfo Aranci was a fishermen village before becoming a tourist destination. It was populated by fishermen coming from Ponza, one of the four isl...

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Conca Fraicata - a Smurfs’ House? Tags: nature & landscape, traditions & folklore, 0 Comments

Conca Fraicata - a Smurfs’ House?

Most of us grew up with the Smurfs . Back in 1958, the Belgian designer Peyo had the very happy inspiration of ​​creating the cute and little blue inhabitants of the woods, who lived in round house...

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Sardinia, Island Of Records Tags: nature & landscape, personalities, arts & artisans, traditions & folklore, history & culture, food, experiences & activities, 0 Comments

Sardinia, Island Of Records

Sardinia, a wonderful island in the Mediterranean, is somewhat reminiscent of the song by Georges Moustaki, where he portraits himself being " Half pirate, half artist ". Pirate because it is ...

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Abbamele Tags: traditions & folklore, food, 0 Comments

Abbamele

His name is Zi’ Pietrino, where “’Zi’” stands for uncle, now retired and sitting here with me on the Gabbiano Azzurro Hotel & Suites terrace, overlooking the sea th...

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Archaeoacoustics Tags: traditions & folklore, history & culture, 0 Comments

Archaeoacoustics

Here is a fascinating topic that I came across with, just by chance: Archaeoacoustics , a new science that is particularly relevant in understanding the real functions of specific archaeological ...

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Sardinia Towards UNESCO Tags: traditions & folklore, history & culture, 0 Comments

Sardinia Towards UNESCO

«The monuments of the Nuragic civilization have an attraction potential comparable in the Mediterranean only to the Pharaohs Egypt.  Some sites have been well enhanced (among which the N...

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Mommotti, The Sardinian Children’s Boogie Man Tags: personalities, traditions & folklore, 0 Comments

Mommotti, The Sardinian Children’s Boogie Man

Here is the Boogie Man ! And doesn’t he have a plan He sneaks into your window You’d never know He watches you when you’re sleeping Around the corner he is cre...

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