Museo Etnografico Su Magasinu De Su Binu, Sant'Antioco
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Museo Etnografico Su Magasinu De Su Binu is located in Sant'Antioco. Make Museo Etnografico Su Magasinu De Su Binu a centerpiece of your Sant'Antioco vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Sant'Antioco tour planner.
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  • This is quite a compact small museum but with an excellent audio guide available in English which brings it to life. There are lots of rural artifacts showing traditional crafts and the guide is reall...  more »
  • Beautiful and very well organized Museum where you can see the ancient crafts of the island. Nice guide and well prepared! To visit!
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  • With my children almost thirty-somethings and their respective girls stayed in Sant'Antioco. Besides being famous for its beaches is also famous for its ancient history. Populations: Phoenician, Punic and Roman landed on the coast providing roads, places of worship and theaters. The occasion of a visit by night conducted by professional guides we she grabbed and recommend to all tourists. Sardinia attracts for its coastline and the sea, but I forget that its territory has known ancient civilizations that have given an imprint still visible. Sardinia is a land rich in prehistoric and ancient nuraghes and menhirs. If we look for Atlantis in the Mediterranean is there for her. We have to look at this island with the curiosity of those who seek the mystery in everything because here will come true.
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  • Interesting place well kept ... rich in finds you enter another atmosphere ...
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  • Very well taken care of. Guides friendly and very prepared. Recommended
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  • Complete the visit to the archaeological museum with this visit of the caves used by the mid 1700 as housing for the poorest people in the country. Small recall the Sassi of Matera. Visit even more pleasant thanks to the competence and friendliness of museum guides
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  • To see and visit with very nice prepared Guide
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