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The “Landscape is an extensible, visible display of the relationship between humans and the environment, which takes shape in a set space.” (Magnani S., 2003, p. 59, Geografia storica del mondo antico). This is epitomized by the Sardinian landscape, which reveals strong, explicit connections between the past and the present. Numerous nuraghi and archaeological sites are dotted across a varied, changing territory. Through its exhibits, at all times the museum opens a window on the landscape, its history and its archaeology.

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