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The Benetutti Hot Springs

Categories Traditions & Folklore Nature & Landscape Experiences & Activities     Tags: traditions & folklore nature & landscape experiences & activities    0 Comments The Benetutti Hot Springs

The great attractions of the well-known tourist village of Benetutti, placed on the slopes of the Goceano plateau, in central-northern Sardinia, just 98 km away and 1h and 20m far from the Gabbia...

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Sa Resolza, The Folding Knife

Categories Arts & Artisans     Tags: arts & artisans    0 Comments Sa Resolza, The Folding Knife

I have already written about the characteristic Sardinian switchblade, in the  Iron Craftmanship of Sardinia article. Today, however, I would like to learn more about this “ ob...

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The Seadas

Categories Food     Tags: food    0 Comments The Seadas

I write about it often on this blog. Sardinia is correctly well known for its beaches, for its crystalline sea with countless and wonderful shades of blue up to the emerald blue which gave its name t...

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Domus De Janas, A UNESCO Heritage Candidacy

Categories Traditions & Folklore Nature & Landscape History & Culture Hiking & Trekking Experiences & Activities     Tags: traditions & folklore nature & landscape history & culture hiking & trekking experiences & activities    0 Comments Domus De Janas, A UNESCO Heritage Candidacy

We wrote about Sardinia Towards UNESCO , but we are still writing about it because it is being talked about more and more. If conditions are created for the inclusion of the Nuragic Civiliza...

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Melchiorre Murenu Poet Of Poetry In Bolu

Categories Traditions & Folklore Personalities History & Culture Arts & Artisans     Tags: traditions & folklore personalities history & culture arts & artisans    0 Comments Melchiorre Murenu Poet Of Poetry In Bolu

Bolu Poetry (sung lyrics) is a Sardinian art form that has nowadays almost completely disappeared. By extemporaneous poetry, or off the cuff, is meant the poetic genre, often in sung form, which i...

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The Last Sardinian Orbàce Fulling Mill

Categories Traditions & Folklore Arts & Artisans     Tags: traditions & folklore arts & artisans    0 Comments The Last Sardinian Orbàce Fulling Mill

In our Sardinian stories we have encountered the orbàce , a typical fabric of Sardinia (but also used in Sicily), a fabric that is obtained through a characteristic process that dates back...

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Hypogeic Necropolis Of Anghelu Ruju

Categories History & Culture     Tags: history & culture    0 Comments Hypogeic Necropolis Of Anghelu Ruju

The Hypogeic Necropolis of Anghelu Ruju is a pre-Nuragic archaeological site nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site of the decorated Domus de Janas of Sardinia , 147 km far from the Gab...

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“Is Fassonis”, Sardinian’s Lake Boats

Categories Traditions & Folklore Sealife & Watersports Arts & Artisans     Tags: traditions & folklore sealife & watersports arts & artisans    0 Comments “Is Fassonis”, Sardinian’s Lake Boats

We know that the ancient Sardinians were sea people. Approx. 120 Nuragic bronze statuettes representing Nuragic ships, are confirming that they had good nautical knowledge. But we have always though...

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Su Filindeu, The Pasta Of God

Categories Traditions & Folklore Food Arts & Artisans     Tags: traditions & folklore food arts & artisans    0 Comments Su Filindeu, The Pasta Of God

We have already talked about it in the Pasta article, but Su Filindeu deserves to be told in detail, because it is a real Sardinian excellence. Not only is it a Slow Food presidium but it ...

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Domus De Janas Of The Necropolis Of Sant'Andrea Priu

Categories Nature & Landscape History & Culture     Tags: nature & landscape history & culture    0 Comments Domus De Janas Of The Necropolis Of Sant'Andrea Priu

About ten kilometres from Sassari, in the municipality of Bonorva, we find the Necropolis of Sant'Andrea Priu , an archaeological site located on the southern side of the Santa Lucia valley, whic...

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