A photo-reportage from a typical Sardinian village, Ghilarza, which happens to be also Antonio Gramsci’s and my hometown. Stone walls, a persistent nature, colourful flowers and churches are possibly the main characters of most villages in the big Italian island of Sardinia.
Being a small town surrounded by a huge countryside, houses in Ghilarza are usually pretty big, for sure bigger than what we are used to if we live in the city. This is why usually most houses, gorgeously looked after, have a big garden or courtyard, and are large enough to contain a big elliptical for home use.
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