Photographer's Note

Country of Marmilla of ancient origins, peasants and then craft.
Close to Sanluri, feud important, and instead of a battle, 1409, in which the Sardinians were finally defeated by siculo-Catalan-Aragonese:
From that moment Sardinia lost its identity as a nation, already undermined by the Pisans, and ends the era giudicale.
The aristocrats, Pisa, Spanish, Piedmont and bureaucrats, were not good stewards, salvandosi only inland areas, hilly and wooded.
There is not great for ease of access, and why not appealing, since Sardinia was considered one of the largest barns in the Mediterranean, since the Phoenicians.
Spain was wars, approvigionando fleets with wheat Sardo, which in peacetime sells to a powerful core merchant who was one of the Genoese.
In places inhabited by the Spaniards, at twilight, soss ardos fora, the Sardinians had to leave the masonry walls, with few exceptions, as the Genoese said.
The plain of Campidano, rich in wheat, the hills of vineyards, and then cistus, lentisk, rosemary and any aromatic herb and officinale.
Full of olive trees and oak trees and oaks, with roverelle was a paradise, given its poor population.
This photo makes them no grace, because made in haste.

ellelloo, Fellini, bobocortis oznaczył to zdjęcie jeko użyteczne

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Additional Photos by Gianfranco Calzarano (baddori) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1866 W: 124 N: 3543] (20341)
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