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Address: Vico Eleonora d 'Arborea, Santadi, Sardinia, Italy
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Sardara: small but interesting archaeological site, fantastic sacred well

In the middle of the small town of Sardara lies the archaeological site of a water sanctuary. On top of part of the site stands the church of Sant'Anastasia, which gives a strange... read more

Reviewed 14 July 2011
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Reviewed 14 July 2011

In the middle of the small town of Sardara lies the archaeological site of a water sanctuary. On top of part of the site stands the church of Sant'Anastasia, which gives a strange continuance of worship. You can descend into the well and you can see the reamains of a nuragic village. First excavations started in 1913 and were difficult... More 

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