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Discover Cagliari from dawn to dusk | Episode II
As soon as you are a little hungry, the best place to do not forget your lunch break is on the beach. To reach the closest beach, it takes few minutes drive from the city center...
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The city of Cagliari welcomes you with the gentle smell of the sea, on a sunny day by the port, as the gentle marine breeze caresses your face...
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The Giants of Sardinia. the secrets of Mont'e Prama
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Sardinia Guides 2013
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Pane Carasau The typical bread is often affectionately called ‘music paper’. It is native to Barbagia, yet you will find it everywhere around the island. Serve with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil and a pinch of salt, warmed up in the oven or on the grill. #bread #sardinia #charmingsardinia #food #italy #sardegna #gastronomy
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City of the Sun and capital of the island, cultural and political centre, international port, home to the university and the Archbishop, ancient capital of the Kingdom of Sardinia… Cagliari is all this, and much more. #cagliari #sardinia #charmingsardinia #italy
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Sardinia is like a play, offering a new scenario every time the curtain rises: ancient traditions and craftsmanship, wild and unspoiled nature, indescribable landscapes and beaches. The largest footprint in the Mediterranean. The island’s resemblance with a large footprint inspired the Greeks to call it ‘Hyknusa’ or ‘Ichnussa’ (Ιχνουσσα). An ancient history. Between myths and legends.