Open Monuments ”, the exhibition that showcases the historical and architectural beauties of the island's towns , returns to Sarroch after a long absence.

On the occasion of the 28th edition of the days dedicated to the promotion and valorisation of cultural heritage, Sarroch will open its doors to visitors to show Villa Siotto , the nuraghe Sa Domu e' s'Orcu and the small church of Santa Vittoria on 25 and 26 May.

«Participating in Open Monuments - explains Gianluca Caboni , city councilor with responsibility for Tourism - is a great opportunity for a country like ours, given that too often we are unable to go beyond the façade of an industrial country. Sarroch has so much to offer from a historical, cultural and naturalistic point of view . We are convinced that visitors will be pleasantly surprised by a country that perhaps has wanted to make itself known too little until today. Tourism is an opportunity that must be seized: this year we will start by proposing only three monuments, but with the work of local associations and volunteers we hope to grow and enrich the offer in future editions".

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