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Nora

Nora

Nora is one of Sardinia’s most important archaeological sites. After its foundation (ca. 8th or 9th century B.C.) it was occupied by the Phoenicians and Carthaginians. The town came under Roman control after the conquest of Sardinia in 238 A.D. The Romans proclaimed Nora the capital of the “province” Sardinia.
The ruins of Nora are an open-air museum nowadays. However, the historical findings and art are displayed in the archaeological museum in Pula and in the National Archaeological Museum in Cagliari.