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Museo Etnografico Sardo, Nuoro

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4.3/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
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  • I had the pleasure of visiting the new ethnographic museum in Nuoro. It was a wonderful surprise, meticulous special preparation, starting from exposures of the trades, and ending with the arts traditions. The panels offer the possibility to the visitor, through reading, to understand step by step the Sardinian culture from its origins, its evolution to get to this day. Impressive exhibition of traditional Sardinian costumes that are represented in a religious procession, and also the figuration of Biasi. A must visit
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  • The Museum offers visitors the history of the Sardinian people, customs, traditions and the various processes, you know very well organised in the various rooms.
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  • A friendly Museum, modern well documented, the explanations are clear, we did not have the audioguide contrary to what is announced on the backpacker, but a nice visit anyway. The story of the loaves is just beautiful, works of art that deserve really their place in the Museum, the history of fishing is also very well explained, videos dot the route explaining the different stages of life in Sardinia
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  • Really very nice and worthy of greater publicity. Worth a stop. Congratulations
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  • Nuoro knows amaze with a museum treated in particular, full of insights, interesting contributions: distributed over two floors, the tale of the traditions of our island is spread first through historical photos and comments from visitors who have loved our island, then move on to reconstructions of scenes from daily life of a still existing in the years 70 and 80 Sardinia of 1900 at least in the countries of the Interior: bakery, country life, herding. Meticulous reconstructions, attentive, very appreciated by those who have experienced it firsthand. Upstairs is a triumph of Sardinian costumes of different countries: the scene tells of a procession, as there are many in Sardinia, where the faithful of different countries, with their characteristic robes, honor the Virgin Mary or to the Patron Saint. Colors, jewelry, dresses of different foggia, in a tale that highlights the identity of our people.
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  • Could you please change hours of operation? are drivers.
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