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Grazia Deledda “The Christmas Gift”

Catégories Traditions & Folklore Personalities     Tags: traditions & folklore personalities    0 Commentaires Grazia Deledda “The Christmas Gift”

I was looking for an idea to let you participate in Christmas in Sardinia and I recalled Grazia Deledda's story,  "The Christmas Gift",  a wonderful portrait of Sardinian’s festivit...

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Building a Nuraghe Today Using Prehistoric Techniques

Catégories Traditions & Folklore History & Culture Arts & Artisans     Tags: traditions & folklore history & culture arts & artisans    0 Commentaires Building a Nuraghe Today Using Prehistoric Techniques

Through our blog, we have extensively written that approximately 3700 years ago, in Sardinia, thousands of stone towers were built, up to 30 metres high with walls up to 4 metres thick, of a truncat...

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The Winx Fly To Sardinia

Catégories Personalities Experiences & Activities Entertainment - Nightlife - Music     Tags: personalities experiences & activities entertainment - nightlife - concerts    0 Commentaires The Winx Fly To Sardinia

World of Winx is an Italian animated series, created by Iginio Straffi, which tells the adventures of a group of teenage fairies who face battles and magic to save their Magical Dimension . The...

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The Domus De Janas “La Rocca” In Sedini

Catégories Traditions & Folklore History & Culture     Tags: traditions & folklore history & culture    0 Commentaires The Domus De Janas “La Rocca” In Sedini

In the north-west of Sardinia, in Anglona, ​​among the hills overlooking the Gulf of Asinara, the small village of Sedini, 95 km and 1 hour and a half by car from the Gabbiano Azzurro Hotel &...

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Trenino Verde In Sardinia

Catégories Nature & Landscape Experiences & Activities     Tags: nature & landscape experiences & activities    0 Commentaires Trenino Verde In Sardinia

David Herbert Lawrence, author of “Lady Chatterley's Lover”, wrote in "Sea and Sardinia" : “ After a long pull, we come to a station after a stretch of loneliness. Each tim...

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Sisaia, Six Times Grandmother

Catégories History & Culture     Tags: history & culture    0 Commentaires Sisaia, Six Times Grandmother

We already talked about Supramonte , which is the heart of Sardinia, hard as granite and velvety like the air you breathe, scented with earth, flowers, grass and stone. An extraordinary nature ...

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Ziqqurat Monte D'Accoddi

Catégories Nature & Landscape History & Culture     Tags: nature & landscape history & culture    0 Commentaires Ziqqurat Monte D'Accoddi

What does Ziqqurat mean? They are stepped pyramidal towers built by the Sumerians around 4000 BC. on their arrival in Mesopotamia, formed by several overlapping and decreasing floors, different ...

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The Tsunami s'Unda Manna

Catégories Traditions & Folklore History & Culture     Tags: traditions & folklore history & culture    0 Commentaires The Tsunami s'Unda Manna

Italian National Geographic on June 26, 2023 published an article on a tsunami of 3,600 years ago which was the cause of one of the greatest disasters of humanity. It was caused by the volcanic erupt...

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Was Ötzi The Iceman Sardinian?

Catégories Traditions & Folklore History & Culture     Tags: traditions & folklore history & culture    0 Commentaires Was Ötzi The Iceman Sardinian?

In 1991 some German tourists accidentally found a 5,300-year-old mummy in excellent condition at an altitude of 3,210 metres at the foot of the Similaun glacier, in Val Senales, in Trentino Alto Adi...

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“Su Nuraxi Barumini” Archaeological Area

Catégories History & Culture     Tags: history & culture    0 Commentaires  “Su Nuraxi Barumini” Archaeological Area

Near to the Giara, in central-southern Sardinia, stands the par excellence symbol of the Nuragic civilization, Su Nuraxi Barumini , a Nuragic village, the most impressive (and best preserved)...

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