Sardinia


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Synonyms for Sardinia

the Italian region on the island of Sardinia

an island in the Mediterranean to the west of Italy

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An autonomous region of Italy, Sardinia has created quite a niche for itself in super- luxury tourism.
The Sardinia Film Festival and the International Short Film Award are organized by the Sassari Cineclub in partnership with FEDIC.
Paul Nagle comments: road Kris "We've simply got to get everything right at Sardinia.
BEIRUT: A delegation of the Italian island of Sardinia announced on Friday that it will be undertaking several development projects in south Lebanon and the Bekaa.
In 1944, Sardinia was used as a test site for eradicating native malaria-carrying mosquitoes (1).
His nostalgic novel Sardinian Silver he says in its afterword "evokes a Sardinia that no longer exists but which had a quality of its own that is worth remembering.
Summary: A British toddler has died after falling from a balcony at a hotel in Sardinia.
Summary: Galsi and Snam Rete Gas today signed an agreement that confirms the mutual commitment to, and sets out the conditions for, the construction of the Italian section of the new pipeline importing gas from Algeria to Italy, via Sardinia.
The island of Sardinia is about 500 km off the coast of Italy.
Archaeology and history of Sardinia from the Stone Age to the Middle Ages: shepherds, sailors, & conquerors.
Swedish trucks and buses manufacturer Scania announced on Friday (23 May) that its Italian sales and service company Scania Bus Italy has landed a breakthrough order in Sardinia.
OMA presents urban, social and ecological master plan for Cagliari, Sardinia The Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) has presented its concept Masterplan of Sainta[euro](tm)Elia, a fishing port in the south of Cagliari, the capital of the Italian island of Sardinia.
The pipeline will be around 900 km of which around 600 km will be offshore in the Mediterranean Sea between Algeria, Sardinia and mainland Italy.
SARDINIA PRICEBUSTER - SEPTEMBER 8, 2007, EIGHT DAYS BY AIR FROM NEWCASTLE FROM ONLY pounds 259PP.
Today there are around 8000 nuraghes (truncated cone towers made of stone blocks) scattered across Sardinia, though it was estimated that their number was once as great as 30 000.