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Sardinia cannot be told but love can tell Sardina (and its thousands sites spread all over its territory)

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Sardinia, Central west Mediterranean sea:
Villagrande Strisaili (just 5 kms up from the village)
Nuragic Civilization up to the sky
+Nurnet La Rete dei Nuraghi

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Japaneses..dearest..if you ask for wellness health, and long life, please visit and enjoy Sardinia..misterious, old, tasty, cheap and archaeoly together with a paradisiac enviroment.
you can also get in touch with me for infos.
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If you ask for health and paradise....just come to Sardinia :-)
You can ask me for accomodation and places. :-)
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Ask your doctor to send you to Sardinia ;-)
If you need a room you can even get in touch with me :-)
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Prima parte della presentazione del libro di A. Gregorini "Un Nuraghe per tutti"
Cagliari Hostel Marina, Novembre 2017.
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Santa Cristina area, near Paulilatino (OR), is one of the most beatiful Sardinian archaeological sites.
The major complex includes a nuragic holy well, a nuraghe and nuragic habitations.
Santa Cristina nuragic well, due to its mysterious appeal and inexplicable coincidences, is probably the most known holy well.
Sacred Wells had initially a circular compound wall, like Su Tempiesu holy well.
Why does the moon light reflect in the well every 18 years and 6 months between December and the beginning of January ?
Is it only an incredible coincidence ?
Or did the well wall have a perpendicular opening on the top ? Enigmas of the nuragic culture; fascinating mysteries with no solution.
Another enigma:
In the past, during vernal and autumnal equinoxes, the sun shone down the steps through the hole in the stone construction over the well.
It happened when the earth's axis was tilted and Rigel Kent(even called Alfa Centauri, the closest star of the system) was visible from the island.
The sun and the moon, once more together, relate to the nuragic sites.
Santa Cristina refers to the little rural church near the well, surrounded by small habitations (called Muristenes o Cumbessias), used by faithful people to celebrate the saint on the second Sunday in May and the Archangel Gabriel on the forth Sunday in October .
The basalt holy well constists ( as the other sardinian and nuragic holy wells) of a foyer, a descending stone staircase and an elliptical wall (tholos) wich encloses the source.
The well water still runs through the extremely fine and tigh fit of the blocks during the winter and spring.
The 25 steps are covered by a tholos style ceiling.
The one hectare archaeological site consists of a big and circular basalt hut, the so-called “capanna delle riunioni” (the hut where meetings took place) with a big stone seat inside. One-tower nuraghe is located in the south-west part, surrounded by several well-mantained huts which date back to different periods.
HOW TO GET THERE: the archaeological site is at about 4 Kms far away from Paulilatino (km 115 on the road called SS 131 from Sassari to Cagliari).
Some road signs indicate the holy well.
Thanks to Mark Dajethy, beautiful pics and video.
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Sardinia's famous to be the best and awarded beaches and sea in Europe, but it also offers a different kind of view, 360° wide and depth of traditions, myths and history still to find out which roots, still undated ancient ones, belong to..or were they originated by and from.
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