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Casa Zapata, Barumini

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  • An interesting place to see, adding some information and context to the famous Su Nuraxi. Also, beautifully arranged exposition of the nuraghe laying directly underneath the Zapata palace. Our guide, ...  more »
  • Really impressive to see the Palace built on the ruins of a walk in the Palace and walk over the nuraghi! remains it's absolutely awesome!! among other things, my father is a history buff and you can visit the Palace with him it was a luxury
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  • To see absolutely. Gorgeous. Come and be enchanted to fill the eyes of all the details. Good driving.
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  • beautiful place not far from the nuraghe of Barumini. Church and aragonese style building, including how to visit the ticket price of the nuraghe
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  • Villa built on ancient ruins, and is accessible with the same ticket of the archaeological site in Barumini. The entire hotel is crossed by a footbridge over the ruins. Also there is a small area-Museum with artifacts and multimedia displays.
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  • The outside looks like a 16th-century palace, but inside you'll find an astonishing structure with floating walkway on the ancient ruins of a dolmen. Exposure is not very rich but walking "over" the nuraghe is worth the visit.
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  • It is interesting to see the connection between 19th century noble villa and the Nuraghe imprisoned in it
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  • Small museum, but well done. Amazing view of nuragic present under the floor. Free entry with the ticket of the nuraghe of Barumini.
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