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Nuraghe S.Pietro, Torpe

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  • Visited in early March and found a friendly, prompt and friendly local help availability that has been able to sum up, in a visit intressantissima, everything you need for the first nuragic civilisation so old and complex understanding. What again is evident is the absolute absence of local administrations and cultural heritage Italian State that haven't even found the will to place clear and comprehensible indications to reach the site ... let alone if they give a hand to clean up the site itself! Any other nation would fire if he had this kind of material!
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  • Fascinating site just a few minutes drive from the beautiful beaches of Budoni. Help staff that within minutes he provided essential information about the nuraghic civilization. The Nuraghe is largely still intact, adjacent rooms there are excavations of a Roman village. Beautiful and interesting.
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  • Well defined structure with little evident restorations, in an area potentially valid from the point of view of landscape, but ruined by industrial activities. Discrete cultural assistance of staff, notably the attempt to unite local flora with classification. Ongoing excavations for possible further finds. Should be included and arranged in a broader path with other archaeological sites in the area.
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