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sardinia barbagia - Google Search

sardinia barbagia - Google Search

Boe di Ottana, Sardinia - More of that weird creepy cultural stuff which I believe celebrates the victory of the islanders over the invading Moors.

Boe di Ottana, Sardinia - More of that weird creepy cultural stuff which I believe celebrates the victory of the islanders over the invading Moors.

Ottana - Merdules -

Ottana - Merdules -

"Boe" di Ottana (Nuoro) Sardinia-Cerdeña-carnival

"Boe" di Ottana (Nuoro) Sardinia-Cerdeña-carnival

"Boe" di Ottana (Nuoro) Sardinia-Cerdeña-carnival

"Boe" di Ottana (Nuoro) Sardinia-Cerdeña-carnival

The centerpiece of the Carnival with its beautiful figures anthropological related to man-animal is certainly the small village of Mamoiada with its Mamuthones and Issohadores. #carnival #sardinia #masks

The centerpiece of the Carnival with its beautiful figures anthropological related to man-animal is certainly the small village of Mamoiada with its Mamuthones and Issohadores. #carnival #sardinia #masks

Photographer: Antonio Pintus, photos found on his blog: Perpetuum Mobile. photo is of Sardinian Carnival performer.

Photographer: Antonio Pintus, photos found on his blog: Perpetuum Mobile. photo is of Sardinian Carnival performer.

Carnevale di Ottana :Merdùle. I Merdùles sono uomini col viso coperto da atroci maschere nere.

Carnevale di Ottana :Merdùle. I Merdùles sono uomini col viso coperto da atroci maschere nere.


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Traditional Masks!

Traditional Masks!

Carnevale di Ottana :Merdùle. I Merdùles sono uomini col viso coperto da atroci maschere nere.

Carnevale di Ottana :Merdùle. I Merdùles sono uomini col viso coperto da atroci maschere nere.

sardinia barbagia - Google Search

sardinia barbagia - Google Search

Mamuthone #Mamoiada #Nuoro - Mask of Sardinia

Mamuthone #Mamoiada #Nuoro - Mask of Sardinia

mamuthone bent72photos

mamuthone bent72photos

Ottana 2012.41 by Alberto Maria Melis, via Flickr, Sardinia, Ottana province of Nuoro,

Ottana 2012.41 by Alberto Maria Melis, via Flickr, Sardinia, Ottana province of Nuoro,

The day of Sant’Antonio, January 17th, is one of the most popular festivals in Sardinia; the saint is the protector of animals and fire, and each year bonfires are lit to symbolise purification and renewal, to ward off the cold winter and welcome spring.

Mamuthones and Issohadores

The day of Sant’Antonio, January 17th, is one of the most popular festivals in Sardinia; the saint is the protector of animals and fire, and each year bonfires are lit to symbolise purification and renewal, to ward off the cold winter and welcome spring.

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Mamutzones di Samugheo

Mamutzones di Samugheo

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