Ichnusaite and Nuragheite

Catégories Nature & Landscape Arts & Artisans     Tags: nature & landscape arts & artisans    0 Commentaires Ichnusaite and Nuragheite

In the the Sardinian art of jewellery   article, we say that Sardinian jewels are of a very particular beauty indeed. Gold or silver, worked in filigree, bejewelled with stones and coral: ...

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Sa Cordula

Catégories Traditions & Folklore Food     Tags: traditions & folklore food    0 Commentaires Sa Cordula

This traditional Sardinian dish is so typical and particular that it is worth knowing and tasting it. “ Sa Cordula ”, one of the most authentic meals of Sardinia, second only to the Sa...

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Geologically Sardinia

Catégories Nature & Landscape History & Culture     Tags: nature & landscape history & culture    0 Commentaires Geologically Sardinia

Today I would like to make an interesting geological excursus, Sardinia's particular charm is also geologically present. While the entire Italian peninsula is on the line of contact between the Afric...

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Candlemas in Sardinia

Catégories Traditions & Folklore History & Culture     Tags: traditions & folklore history & culture    0 Commentaires Candlemas in Sardinia

On February 2nd, the Catholic Church celebrates Candlemas.  Candles  are blessed, symbol of Christ " light  to enlighten the peoples", as the baby Jesus was called by the old Sime...

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Sardinian Rice

Catégories Food     Tags: food    0 Commentaires Sardinian Rice

I googled "Sardinian rice" and it twice refers to me with "Sardonic rice". “ Hey Google! Don't fool me, I very well know that in Sardinia there is an excellent quality of rice. I tasted its...

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The Petrified Forest of Carrucana

Catégories Nature & Landscape History & Culture Experiences & Activities     Tags: nature & landscape history & culture experiences & activities    0 Commentaires The Petrified Forest of Carrucana

At one and a half-hour drive from the Gabbiano Azzurro Hotel & Suites , 106 km far, in the Oristano province, there is a wonderful oddity to visit: the Carrucana's Petrified Forest , uni...

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The Sardinian Snack

Catégories Traditions & Folklore Food     Tags: traditions & folklore food    0 Commentaires 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?

Catégories Traditions & Folklore Personalities     Tags: traditions & folklore personalities    0 Commentaires Babbay Nou El: was Santa Claus Sardinian?

" Jingle Bells Jingle Bells "'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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Teodoro Levi Archaeologist 

Catégories Personalities History & Culture     Tags: personalities history & culture    0 Commentaires Teodoro Levi Archaeologist 

A personality, the one of Teodoro Levi, known as Doro, who loved Sardinia very much and gave an important contribution to the archaeological research of what he perceived to be one of the most impor...

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The Omodeo Lake

Catégories Nature & Landscape Hiking & Trekking     Tags: nature & landscape hiking & trekking    0 Commentaires The Omodeo Lake

The Omodeo Lake, the largest artificial basin in Europe, is a casket of submerged treasures: Tombs of the Giants, Domus de Janas, a Pre-Nuragic settlement of Serra Linta, a 20 million-year-old fossil...

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