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“Apart from a good introduction of the lifestyle, culture and history of Galluria this museum offers you a meeting with Sardinia's little known but ancient and secret profession of euthanasia providers; the "femmin...”
“But back to the museum: it gives a nice etnographic understanding of the region, the way people earned their money, how they handled logistics, how they lived, how they worked cork and also how euthanasia was not...”
“This gave us the perfect amount of time to wander around the museum (all in English language) + watch some good old fascist propaganda about what a wonderful life you would have coming to serve your country (war w...”
“A hidden treasure and a family labor of love, this truly wonderful ethnographic museum is worth going out of your way for anyone interested in Sardinia's rich agricultural, farming and cultural history.”
“This attractive museum complex occupies the 16th-century residence of the Spanish Zapata family, The whitewashed villa was originally built over a 1st-millennium BC nuraghic settlement, which has been skilfully in...”
“Casa Zapata today is a modern museum with corridors literary "flying" on ancient ruins, transparent glass pavements to let you see beneath you, and multi language videos.”
“But, as soon as you enter the compact and rich Museum, including didactical halls, laboratories for school children but also a full-fledged professional paleontological preparation lab, and a small theatre, you un...”