The archaeological museum Le Clarisse is housed within the building of the 18th century former convent of poor Clares Nuns and houses a rich collection of finds from various eras, from the Neolithic to the middle ages. Of particular importance the numismatic collection, among the richest in Sardinia.
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The grotto of San Michele of Ozieri, near the town, sinks into the limestone for eighty meters and is divided into rooms and tunnels covered with stalactites, powered by small droplets of water. Partly destroyed, was used both as a home and as a place of worship and necropolis, burial underground, carved into the rock and destined to collective tomb called "domus de janas" (House of fairies). From this cave is named after the so-called "culture of Ozieri" or "San Michele", framed in the final Neolithic in Sardinia, between 3,200 and 2,800 BC Ceramic materials found in the cave are technically
From 1922 the company Galleu has started to work on milling of cereals, implanting a mill with millstones operated gas-dust (charcoal). In 1984 the new Mill is built designed to meet the needs of the broader market, both in terms of quality and quantity. Thanks to the perseverance, research and care in collecting machine, tools and any other related tool in the profession of Miller, have been able to preserve the equipment, instruments and tools, which allow today to make a museum rich in history and traditions. For several years, there is a close relationship of collaboration with the Museo C
Joseph Saba, a native of Montreal, has collected, saving them from a safe dispersal, a considerable amount of objects related to civilization and the ancient craft ozieresi. The Eagle Tavern, an exhibition midway between a tavern and an ethnographic museum, named after an iconic stuffed Eagle, a gift of the family of the famous ozierese painter Giuseppe Altana. The theme of course craft activities, peasant, wine collecting and mineralogy. Worthy of note the collection of minerals and fossils from all over the world.
Sant'antioco of Bisarcio is one of the largest Romanesque churches of the island. The special scenic location qualifies among the most fascinating site of Sardinian architectural scene. Built of volcanic stone ashlars of local quarries, was the seat of the diocese's Cathedral of Bisarcio until 1503.
In the current building there are three times the factory: a first date from the 11th century plant rows of cantons just blanks, at the base of the walls of the hips to and. The second construction phase, after the middle of the 12th century, is characterized by the cantons of medium size well shape