Museo del Coltello Sardo, Arbus
(2.9/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Museo del Coltello Sardo is located in Arbus. Add Museo del Coltello Sardo to your Arbus travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Arbus vacation route planner.
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  • Original, imaginative, full quality craftsmanship tradition tells of Sardinia. The visit will help the audience to understand the diversity of genres and existing types and evolution of this specialty in centuries.
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  • Arbus a little typical sleepy nest as a starting point to the Costa Verde. My opinion the highlight of the place the Museum of knife Smith - Museo de Coltero. Of course as a souvenir purchased a Sardinian Shepherd knife, me almost accompanied on each trip since then as a Pocket knife.
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  • I visited the Museum and I must say that I was impressed by the knife from Guinness World Record (certificate), which is at the entrance! Worked with great care in its entirety as well as all the penknife in the Museum. In addition to seeing the history of cutlery and its evolution, there is a short video that explains how traditional Sardinian knives are still made by hand! The Museum is free and well worth a visit to see how they create these small but precious little knives that are part of the history of Sardinia
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