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“ BAR-PIZZERIA ''SUEDDANE''chiusura il lunedi. Dal 1 luglio, sempre aperto,Sala interna e veranda all'aperto per gustare ottime pizze.(anche da asporto) Piscina(semi-olimpionica) all'aperto Piccola palestra 100 Metri dal B&B”
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“BAR GIUFFRIDA Circolo privato,musica dal vivo ,karaoke e ottime birre, da Francesco Sotgiu, barman che si contradistingue per simpatia ,gentilezza e cortesia”
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“The archeology of Nuragic civilization and its numerous evidences, confirm the human presence in the Austis territory since the Bronze Age, around 1700 b.c. The village, 737 meters above sea level, originlly was a "stazzo", the place of restore, in Augustian-Roman Period, long the Roman road that used to bring from Caralis ( today's Cagliari) to Olbia, passing through "Forum Traiani", today's Fordongianus; its originally name, Augustis, during centuries, was turned into the current Austis. During Arborea District, Austis was the county seat of the Curatoria that had the same name, and was a head of Teti and Tiana; later in 1607,it became Signoria with a baronial seat, until 1807, and was part of Oristano region until 1848, after the administrative division from Cagliari until 1859; its first official census dating back to the 1861, when Austis had 668 citizens. Its territory, around 50,81 km square, with centuries-old woods of oaks and holm-oaks, has an altimeter difference from 128 meters above sea level, such as Benzone location to 951 meters above sea level, such as Iscozzò; 40% of the territory is covered by outcrops, sometimes impressive ones, that are considered to be authentic natural monuments, like Sa Crabarissa and Su nou Orruendeche. There are important popular traditions and costums, from Sos Colonganos, the traditional mask of pagan origins that bring to Dionysus, or the folkloristic group Sant'Antonio, that emphasises traditional dances and ancient costumes. The most important traditional events are: "Sant'Antoni e' su Fogu" on 16th of January, "Su Carrasegare", "Sonos de Sardigna" in August and the main event "San't Antonio in Basilocu" and Cortes Apertas in the month of September..”
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