Our Region


    Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and an autonomous region of Italy. The nearest land masses are the island of Corsica, the Italian Peninsula, Sicily, Tunisia, te Balearic Islands and Provence.
    The region has its capital in its largest city, Cagliari, and is divided into eight provinces. Its indigenous languages and the other minority languages (Sassarese, Corsican Gallurese, Catalan Algherese and Ligurian Tabarchino) spoken by the Sardinians enjoy “equal dignitywith Italian each in the concerned territory by a regional law.

    Sardinia is also a well known tourist destination that tourists appreciate both for sea and traditions.




    The anthem of the Sassari Brigade, otherwise known as Dimonios (devils), it's an Italian militar march, sung in Sardinian language in its logudorese variant.

    The lyrics was written in 1994 by captain Lucio Sechi, of the 45th Regiment "Reggio", as well as music, which has been harmonized and arranged by the band of the Sassari Brigade.  




    Monte Sirai is an archaeological site near Carbonia, in South Sardinia. 

    The Monte Sirai studies begins in the autumn of 1962, when a boy from Carbonia finds a female figure carved on a stele of tofet. Following further inspections, in August 1963, the local supervision and the Institute of Near Eastern Studies, Univerity "La Sapienza" started excavations, leading to a fairly comprehensive study of the entire Punic village.