It will be an immediate post-August holiday of jazz and archeology under a new guise what Carbonia will give to the many fans of music and the ancient history of Sulcis. It is due to a double close appointment between the remains of the Phoenician Punic citadel of Monte Sirai and to the preview of the festival “On the borders between Sardinia and jazz”.

First appointment, however, on 16 August at 7.30 pm with a suggestive initiative: "Visit at sunset to Monte Sirai" in the company of Arishat, a guide who will tell in a theatrical way all the secrets of the life of the inhabitants of this extraordinary archaeological area of Carbonia. Monte Sirai thus comes to life at sunset to discover the village, its inhabitants, their customs and habits. It will in fact be Arishat, a woman born and lived in the village of the fifth century BC, to tell about her days marked by the activities of daily life, the ceremonies at the temple, the cult of divinities and the care of the dead in the valley of the necropolis.

The next day, August 17th, the great jazz will return to Carbonia at 9 pm in Piazza Roma with the Monumental Duo, that is Roberto Ottaviano on sax and Alexander Hawkins on piano, with From Africa to the eternity ", in an organized evening by the Punta Giara association and the Municipality.

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