• Archaeological Museum of Dorgali
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The museum

Opened in 1980 the Dorgali Archaeological Museum has been in via Lamarmora since 1987, situated next to the primary school.

The finds on display tell the history of the archaeology of the Dorgali area from the Neolithic to modern times. Much important information has come from the exploration of underground caves but chance surface finds from throughout the territory and private collections have allowed us to gain a fuller picture of the local archaeology. The picture is completed by archaeological excavations, especially those of the Nuragic/Roman site of Nuraghe Mannu and the fascinating Tiscali.

The displays in the museum are organised chronologically in three small rooms and focus on the sites you can visit (The Bue Marino Cave, Serra Orrios Nuragic village, S’Ena ‘e Thomes Giant’s Tomb, Nuraghe Mannu village and the Ispinigoli cave).

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visite guidateSchool tours (for primary, secondary and tertiary education)
visite guidateSchool workshops (for primary, secondary and tertiary education)
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visite guidate Temporary exhibitions
visite guidate • Counselling and collaboration with public and private institutions, related to study projects
enhancement and promotion of archaeological heritage of the Municipality of Dorgali.

The visit

The displays in the museum are organised chronologically in three small rooms and focus on the sites you can visit (The Bue Marino Cave, Serra Orrios Nuragic village, S’Ena ‘e Thomes Giant’s Tomb, Nuraghe Mannu village and the Ispinigoli cave).

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Contact us

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  • Via Lamarmora Dorgali (NU) 08022
    (Presso caseggiato Scuole Elementari)

MANAGEMENT:
Cooperativa Ghivine del G.r.a. – Dorgali (Nu)
+39 338 8341618
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www.ghivine.com

MUSEUM DIRECTOR:
Giuseppe Pisanu

Educational services:
Maria Grazia Corrias