The Museum is housed in the rooms of a House that reproduces the old local architecture, characterized by porch and stairs, granite floor and wooden ceiling. Is located in a secluded corner of the country, in the ancient quarter of Monte Mannu, within walking distance from the parish church. Offers a valuable insight into memory between tools of yesteryear, objects of daily life of shepherds, farmers, tradesmen and housewives. An exhibition section repeats the housing area of family where you can admire objects and furnishings that characterize an era.
The multimedia Museum of tenor singing is housed in a wing of the Museum of Civiltà contadina and pastoral, within the bittese community. The structure has as objective the study and appreciation of the different traditions of tenor singing in the island, a research center that aims to become a place of reference for scholars, researchers, groups of singers, fans and visitors. The Museum consists of four halls: the first with multimedia workstations equipped with screen and headphones, the second with "totem", four columns in audiovisual circle as they have to sing the four tenor, goose, geese
The archaeological complex of
Romanzesu is one of the main religious settlements of Nuragic age. The
definition of federal Nuragic sanctuary was given by the famous archaeologist
Giovanni Lilliu to indicate a worship place frequented by peoplefrom distant villages. Usually dedicated to the water
cult, these sanctuaries were characterised by different religious buildings
(well temple, in antis temple, megaron-style temple).It is believed that the most powerful clans of
central Sardinia used to meet here to make alliances or declare war. In common
Romanzesu, constitutes one of the most important residential and cultural complex of nuragic Sardinia, with a hundred huts, five buildings of worship a temple and four shaft "megaron"-and a large ceremonial enclosure. It is built with local granite.
The area grows around the temple, well built into the rock from which the spring water gushing slits. It has scale and circular room (m diameter height 3.60 3.40; m) built with regular rows of blocks processed thoroughly. The floor is paved and a counter-seat runs along the perimeter of the wall. The well were associated with three discovered at bet