Friday, September 6, 2013

Sardinia ( italy )

Sardinia: is an island in the Mediterranean Sea and one Italian region, north of Tunisia, south of Corsica. She received autonomous status February 28, 1948. Its capital is the city of Cagliari.
Sardinia is the surface of the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and an Italian region with special status whose official name is Regione Autonoma della Sardegna. Its Special Status enshrined in the 1948 Constitution guarantees the administrative autonomy of local tutelary institutions of its linguistic and geographical features.
Sardinia is separated from Corsica by the Strait of Bonifacio is located in the middle of the western Mediterranean Sea, this central position favored since ancient trade and cultural relations as the economic, military and strategic.
In modern times, many writers have extolled the beauty of Sardinia, which still retains, despite the expansion of coastal tourism in protected remnants of Culture nu
 ragique1 landscape.

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