Admission, which covers both the museum and nuraghe, is €5. Our journalists will try to respond by joining the threads when they can to create a true meeting of independent Premium. [123][124][125] Despite the combined result of all of the nationalist parties being around 26%, as estimated by La Nuova Sardegna[7][126] (dropping to 18% for the pro-independence forces[127]), they won only eight seats in the Sardinian regional council.[128][129][130][131]. Directory is in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Charming Sardinia (00 39 070 513 489; lists scores more places to stay, from family resorts, like the Forte Village in Cagliari, to Faro Capo Spartivento, a 19th-century lighthouse. Search by name, phone number or address, and location. Italian white pages with phone numbers and addresses. I lived in Firenze, Italy in 2000-2001 because I was studying there. In the west, the lagoons and wetlands of the Sinis Peninsula provide an important habitat for many birds, including colonies of pink flamingos. Up in the medieval Castello district, the Museo Archeologico Nazionale (00 39 070 655911) on Piazza Arsenale, is Sardinia's premier museum. LIGURIA: Genova (GE), Imperia (IM), La Spezia (SP), Savona (SV). The Sardist movement experienced a new wave of support at the end of the '60s, when the Sardinian society started becoming aware that its cultural heritage had been gradually vanishing; growing inequality was also being produced by a dual-economic structure, with the labour and resources being moved to the sector focused on the petrochemical industry[40] (particularly fostered by the PCI) and the Italian, NATO and U.S. military installations. The geographical isolation of the region and its political separation until the 18th century limited the diffusion of surnames from other areas of Italy, and there are a number of surnames typically Sardinian, the most common being: Dessi, Lai, Melis, Mereu, Mura, Murgia, Pinna, Piras, Puddu, Sanna, Serra. Here is a summary of the results of the regionalist parties participating in the regional elections and promoting stances ranging from increased autonomy to independence: <