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Museo Etnografico Sardo, Nuoro

(4.3/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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  • Weren't for the contents and the score would certainly be excellence. But a good Museum is also measured to its accessibility and service that assures the visitor. The road signs leading to the Museum is poor and ineffective, especially for those who travel on foot between the salts come down of Nuoro; residents (bartenders, grocers and tobacco sellers included) they don't have full knowledge of the route to follow to reach the structure. Perhaps the ambiguity between the old name of "Museo del Costume" and the new "ethnographic museum Sardo" (trouble mentioning the ISRE!) create perplexity in questioned. ... The non-availability of a qualified guide (or at least audio) represents a deficit that must be emphasized and decant the visitor's appreciation significantly, while dar note of richness of the didactic accompanying the different rooms. Just as weak and poorly promoted the bookshop, which might be a good form of self-financing of the institution. As I said in opening, excellent museums and content of salt, with the top one dedicated to bread and one that gathers the traditional island costumes. We return, hoping for significant steps forward in terms of hospitality and services to visitors.
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  • A visit to the ethnographic museum it takes especially if you're not a local here you can admire habits and customs of the time
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  • I was very impressed: the Museum's "new generation", interactive and comprehensively. Retrace the history of my ancestors iconographic material but, and above all, thanks to the exhibition of original clothes and precious artifacts of the era, plots it was exciting.
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  • An excellent museum on the cultural and political history of Sardinia. While modest in size, the museum was rich in detail, well laid out, modern, and an overall pleasurable experience. If you're interested in seeing more than just the beaches of Sardinia, this should be on your list. A note for English-speaking travelers: while there is some English language information, the majority of exhibits are in Italian/Sardu.
  • Very nice, beautiful video, beautiful photos ... I loved the bread room, although a little note I would like to do so, insert the bread of Gallura??? Very nice also the part devoted to costumes, again missing the Gallura! Overall, worth a quick visit.
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  • Tidied up recently presented in a modern and well styled key aspects of working life of the Sardinians. Particularly interesting sections on processed breads and traditional jewelry. Outstanding collection of Sardinian costumes.
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  • That said, the new spaces and equipping renewed make this Museum one of the finest I have visited in Sardinia.
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  • A unique experience between culture and life
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