There we are, ready for the itinerant art exhibit on Saint Antiochus stop number 3. From 6th-14th February the itinerant contemporary art exhibit will be hosted at Forte Sangallo in Nettuno and open to public. The entrance is free and the art works are very impressive and important. Previously it stopped in Rome and in Guidonia Montecelio. […]Read more "Sant’Antioco’s itinerant art exhibit goes to Nettuno"
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,600 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people. Click here to […]Read more "Visit Sant’Antioco in 2015"
Christmas is in the air and you can feel it everywhere in Sant’Antioco. Christmas lights shine in the streets and people are very busy in these days getting ready for all the celebrations. As a fact there’s so much going on in the island at Christmas time: here’s the calendar of all the events. Let […]Read more "Christmas time in Sant’Antioco"
For those of you who weren’t able to make it in Rome, here’s a good news: Sant’Antioco’s itinerant contemporary art exhibit goes to Guidonia Montecelio (Rome). The exhibit was inaugurated the 5th of December and will be open to public till 30th January 2016. The entrance is free and the art works are very impressive […]Read more "Sant’Antioco’s itinerant art exhibit goes to Guidonia Montecelio"
Antiochus is the saint who gave the name to the island of Sant’Antioco. His story is very interesting. In an historical moment in which the migration of people from our neighboring countries is the daily debate, the figure of the Holy Martyr Sant’Antioco – the saint who came from the sea – is even more relevant. Antiochus, despite the difficulties, […]Read more "Who is Saint Antiochus martyr?"
In Sant’Antioco in the old town is located the Basilica of Sant’Antioco. It is a must see in the island because of its beauty and to understand the story of the place. It is a quite complex building, built around a central core consisting of the primitive martyrium dating back to the fourth century. Here […]Read more "Basilica of Sant’Antioco"
When I arrived in Sant’Antioco 8 years ago, I wasn’t a big fan of tuna fish. I had tasted those canned tuna they sell in the supermarket and I always didn’t like it. One day my husband told me to taste Sant’Antioco’s canned tuna and I was happily surprised: it was delicious. From then the tuna […]Read more "Tuna fish and tuna fishing traps, Sant’Antioco island"
On such a rainy day I like to look back at my summer memories.Read more "5 beaches in a day, Sant’Antioco Island Sardinia"
Don’t forget: #santantiocogoestor0me! 31/10-8/11 itinerary #art #exhibition at Palazzo Valentini, Rome.Read more "Sant’Antioco goes to Rome: a journey through art and devotion"
On the occasion of the European Heritage Days 2015, the Punic necropolis situated at Is Pirixeddus in Sant’Antioco has been exceptionally re-opened to public, just for a day. Visitors had the chance to visit this amazing beauty (photo credits Carlo Eustacchi) In ’98 there were stability problems and the necropolis has been closed for restoration works […]Read more "Sant’Antioco’s hidden treasures: is Pirixeddus punic necropolis"