Museo Etnografico Galluras, Luras

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5/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • We opted for a visit to this museum having to "stall" waiting for drop off and turned out to be a very interesting tour. A Baker in history and culture sarda enclosed in an 18th-century rich in medical reports and curios. Really interesting history of femina Gabbadora (although a bit creepy). Children will love the dark history of the hammer. Interesting also the stories about licali productions of yarns and Cork. Native guide super prepared. Entrance fee of 5 €. Highly recommended.
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  • A collection of artefacts that helps build an image of the way of life in this region at early times. Our guide spoke English perfectly & with his knowledge explained us in detail about this early cus...  read more »
  • Well worth a visit to this museum. Is an old stately home where a lot of material has been grouped and where very nice and prepared a guide accompanies visitors explaining and telling about life, work, the Customs and traditions of the population. The Museum is always open, but we must call 10 minutes before you arrive
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  • Very interesting Museum and with great guides
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  • Museo Galluras is a gem! Visit I make myself one in what could be the life of our ancestors, filled with efforts, sacrifices, sweat, but definitely full of satisfactions. Today we don't talk more than efforts, sacrifices, sweat, but it only speaks of stress and dissatisfaction. What a pity! Congratulations to the designer who, with zeal, was able to tell how you place the lives and work of Gallura di un tempo. Then the hammer, how much history that hammer! I say, as they have already stated: "culture is all that is left after you have forgotten everything."
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