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Museo Deleddiano - Casa natale di Grazia Deledda

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A peep into domestic life 120 years ago

This is a house-museum of a Nobel Prize winner, and restored to the condition it was in when she... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2018
Cromagnon53
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Hove, United Kingdom
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I knew nothing, but learned lots. A very well presented museum, with an e cel lent free guide book... read more

Reviewed 26 May 2018
Richard W
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Worcester, United Kingdom
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Via Grazia Deledda 42, 08100 Nuoro, Sardinia, Italy
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Reviewed 6 September 2018

This is a house-museum of a Nobel Prize winner, and restored to the condition it was in when she lived here as a young woman until 1900. It gives a vivid impression of life in a small town, reasonably comfortably appointed, in Sardinia. It is...More

1  Thank Cromagnon53
Reviewed 26 May 2018

I knew nothing, but learned lots. A very well presented museum, with an e cel lent free guide book in English. Well worth visiting and so glad I didn't miss out.

Thank Richard W
Reviewed 20 November 2017

We were so engrossed in this place we overlapped into the custodian's midday break. As a view into Nuorian life a century ago, it's fascinating. You'll get even more out of your visit if you read Deladda's 'Cosima', quotes from which are all over the...More

1  Thank Vecchio John S
Reviewed 3 September 2017

We accidentally stumbled upon this museum (the house of Grazia Deledda) on a very hot day. Located 5 min. walk from the Duomo, it's a detour worth making. The original artifacts, alongside additional props that the curator collected, manage to convey the feeling of a...More

1  Thank efrat-exploring
Reviewed 6 June 2017

Museum is very well present in the house where Grazia Deledda lived. Spread over three floors and with access to the courtyard and back garden. We coupled it with a visit to Museo Etnografico della Sardegna

Thank Warwickchef
Reviewed 30 April 2017

This is a very nice museum commemorating the Nobel prize for a local woman. I only wish they had some English version of the information to hand out. Even charge for it to cover the costs. We took pictures of the signs so we could...More

Thank Mark M
Reviewed 15 October 2016

Follow the yellow tracks from the nice bronze statue of Grazia Deledda at the crossroads at the end of Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi. Then walk about 150 m down the Via Grazia Deledda to the entrance at no. 44 opposite the small Piazza Salvatore Satta. (The...More

1  Thank Philip4153
Reviewed 19 November 2015

We were impressed with the service. Free entry to all visitors. We did not expect it. Do not forget to visit the yard. Highly recommended.

1  Thank NDRTDD
Reviewed 12 August 2015

Leave your iphones outside the Native House and Museum of Grazia Deledda, it's amazing to find the same atmosphere Grazia should have lived in. Furniture is original and and well organised. We have been lucky there were just few other people visiting so we could...More

Thank Dagni D
Reviewed 1 August 2015

not only the nobel prize's home, it is a tipical sardinian house where i could seen and imagined how was the life in the end of '800. the view of Monte Ortobene is breathtaking

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