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Barbagia

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Barbagia (Sardinian: Barbàgia or Barbàza) is a district in Sardinia. It is one of the least populated areas of Europe.

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  • 1 Fonni – the highest town in Sardinia at more than 1,000 meters above sea level and the gateway to the Gennargentu mountain system.
  • 2 Gavoi – village known for its poetry and ballu tundu dancing
  • 3 Orgosolo – was famous for its bandits and kidnappers and typical murals.
  • 4 Oliena – is well known for its wines (especially the Nepente, a wine made with Cannonau grapes).
  • 5 Tonara – village known for torrone, Sardinian nougat

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