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10 typical Sardinian dishes not to be missed

Sardinian cuisine is rich in typical dishes that, with the passage of time, have become world-famous and sought-after, above all, for their unique and unmistakable taste. Here are some typical Sardinian dishes that you absolutely must not miss when you come on holiday to Sardinia: Culurgiones These are a kind of fresh pasta ravioli with a very special taste.

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Sardinian bread

The variety of bread in Sardinia derives from an ancient tradition of processing wheat flour, the cultivation of which in the plains had been practised extensively for millennia. There are hundreds of different types of bread, differing in shape, preparation, ingredients and place of production. The basic ingredients for making ...

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Cabras

On the left bank of the homonymous pond, also called Mari Pontis, Cabras rises a few kilometres from Oristano, with which it borders to the east, while to the west it faces the sea and with its thirty kilometres of coastline includes the Sinis peninsula and the two uninhabited islets of Catalano and Mal di Ventre. Attested ...

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The Sardinian artisan knife: its history.

In Italy, the production of knives was already widespread in every region, as far back as the 13th century. With the passage of time, each region has retained its own distinct identity in the manufacture of knives, as well as the different types that arose in relation to local needs and cultural characteristics. In fact, they are found within ...

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The Rosas Mine: history of a metal deposit converted into a cultural deposit

The Rosas mine, located north-east of the town of Narcao, has experienced, over the course of 150 years, moments of extreme wealth and others of extreme crisis. You should know, that the site has been known as a valuable mining resource since antiquity, in fact there are traces of mining exploitation already in Nuragic, Roman and Pisan times. These populations, ...

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Sulcis Iglesiente

Il Sulcis Iglesiente all’interno della Provincia del Sud Sardegna, rappresenta una porzione importante della Sardegna sud-occidentale! Questa storica subregione che racchiude in sé 2 territori: il Sulcis più interno e l’Iglesiente più vicino alla costa. Il termine Sulcis deriva dall’antica città fenicia-punica di Sulky o Sulci oggi chiamata Sant’Antioco, comune sito sull’isola omonima. È formata da 27 comuni …

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Sant'Antioco and Byssus

The island of Sant'Antioco, in contrast to other islands, is easily reached without the need for a ferry. In fact, the island is connected to the coastal hinterland of the other 'major' island, Sardinia, by a thin artificial isthmus 5 km long, made up of marine sediments, and at the end by a bridge. Once you cross the bridge, you arrive in the ...

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Alghero

Also known as 'Barceloneta', little Barcelona, it is the capital of the Coral Riviera and preserves the language and traditions of Catalonia. The etymology of the name is assumed to be due to the word Aleguerium (seaweed), due to the leaves of the marine plant Posidonia oceanica, erroneously called seaweed, which during the seasonal change of seasons are deposited, after ...

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