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We happily spent a couple of hours here. The free audio guide really helped illuminate and highlight the amazing history of the island. Fabulous archaeological finds dating back to the Phonecians, the Nuragic, Romans etc.
I could also recommend the small gift shop which had...More
Our visit happened on a rainy day, and we were not expecting an exciting visit from the museum located in this quiet corner of Sardegna - wow!
We were confronted with a very friendly guide, and an involving story of ancient cultures and their open...More
On the day we visited the museum was open for free as the local school children were conducting a project where they explained all of the exhibits. I'm sure that they were very interesting, but my Italian is nowhere near good enough for a historical...More
This is a surprisingly big place, full of fascinating artefacts.
There is a video describing aspects of the pre-history and history of the island. The 'nuraghe' culture is given a high profile, but there is a lot about Punic, Phoenecian and Roman settlement too.
This visit can be combined with outdoor tophet, burial area,
From nuragic period, for just a little more money. Worth it.
Say to understand order of time periods. Very few models, just enough. Hands on exhibits for the blind. 20 minute video explaining all the...More
To enlarge the views on how varied is Italy everyone should come here to learn in an excellent 1 1/2 h tour how Phoenicians, Punics and Romans colonized this corner of Sardinia. Variety of Italy allows one to find in this very small and outlying...More