Sagama, located in the area of Planargia, is a tiny village of 200 inhabitants, which in its territory contains many archaeological attractions, such as the Nuraghi Funtanedda, Muristene, Mura de Ganes, Molineddu, Pascialzos and Nuratolu, which are crowned around the valley of Badd’e Sagama. But in the area there are also ancient tombs of giants.

The cathedral of the village, named after the Archangel Gabriel, dates back to 1604 and contains many paintings and statues of the Archangel dated 1500.


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