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Orgosolo: The Murals City

Catégories Traditions & Folklore Experiences & Activities Arts & Artisans     Tags: traditions & folklore experiences & activities arts & artisans    0 Commentaires Orgosolo: The Murals City

The heart of the true Ichnusa (ancient name for Sardinia), the land of the proud shepherds, lies in Barbagia , an austere territory far from the famous amiable territory of Sardinia seaside. Fr...

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7 Sardinian Handicraft Products You Should Know

Catégories Traditions & Folklore Nature & Landscape Experiences & Activities Arts & Artisans     Tags: traditions & folklore nature & landscape experiences & activities arts & artisans    0 Commentaires 7 Sardinian Handicraft Products You Should Know

Sardinia is a land able to charm thanks to the versatility of the territory and of the millennial culture.  Gabbiano Azzurro Hotel & Suites  aims to let these multiple wonderful aspects...

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Pinuccio Sciola: Sardinian Sculptor & Muralist

Catégories Personalities Golfo Aranci Arts & Artisans     Tags: personalities golfo aranci arts & artisans    0 Commentaires Pinuccio Sciola: Sardinian Sculptor & Muralist

Golfo Aranci ’s promenade is embellished with two "Sails" carved in stone plus a group of three soundtracks by Pinuccio Sciola (15th March 1942 – 13th May 2016), the only sculptor wh...

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Beer In Sardinia

Catégories Food Arts & Artisans     Tags: food arts & artisans    0 Commentaires Beer In Sardinia

A nice glass of cold beer on a sunny day and you feel it down your throat, taking away the dryness and switching it into a delicious and thirst-quenching bitterish taste while lying under the umbrell...

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Iron Craftmanship Of Sardinia

Catégories Traditions & Folklore Arts & Artisans     Tags: traditions & folklore arts & artisans    0 Commentaires Iron Craftmanship Of Sardinia

Iron craftsmanship in Sardinia, thanks to the island’s rich mineral resources, is art going back thousands of years, as confirmed by the bronze statuettes ( brunzìttu nuragicu  ...

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The Sardinian Art Of Jewellery

Catégories Traditions & Folklore Arts & Artisans     Tags: traditions & folklore arts & artisans    0 Commentaires The Sardinian Art Of Jewellery

Sardinian jewels are of a very particular beauty indeed. Gold or silver, worked in filigree, bejewelled with stones and coral: jewels are an important part of traditional clothing, they have a histor...

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The Shardana: Warriors Of Sardinia

Catégories Personalities History & Culture Arts & Artisans     Tags: personalities history & culture arts & artisans    0 Commentaires 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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Maria Lai & The Art Of Threads

Catégories Personalities Arts & Artisans     Tags: personalities arts & artisans    0 Commentaires 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 t...

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Basketry: The Sardinian Baskets

Catégories Traditions & Folklore Arts & Artisans     Tags: traditions & folklore arts & artisans    0 Commentaires 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

Catégories Nature & Landscape History & Culture Arts & Artisans     Tags: nature & landscape history & culture arts & artisans    0 Commentaires 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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