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Ferries to Sardinia: http://ferriessardinia.in/ Barumini is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Medio Campidano in the Italian region Sardinia, located about 50 km north of Cagliari and about 15 km northeast of Sanluri. Barumini borders the foll... [Mobile]
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Barumini - Sardinia - Italy Unesco World Heritage Site
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Ferries to Sardinia: http://ferriessardinia.in/
Barumini is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Medio Campidano in the Italian region Sardinia, located about 50 km north of Cagliari and about 15 km northeast of Sanluri.
Barumini borders the following municipalities: Gergei, Gesturi, Las Plassas, Tuili, Villanovafranca.Monuments and places of historical and cultural interest in Barumini 
* On Nuraxi, the symbol par excellence of the country of Barumini
* On Nuraxi'e Cresia
* Centre for Communication and Promotion of Cultural Heritage "John Lilliu"
* The convent of the Capuchin Friars
* Palazzo Zapata
* Town Library
* House of Zappata, with Gothic and Renaissance elements
* Parish in the late Gothic style
On Nuraxi 
Main article: Main article: On Nuraxi.
Zapata building and Su Nuraxi'e Cresia 
Barumini - Area museum "Palais Zapata"
In downtown Barumini you can admire Palazzo Zapata, a former home that the Marquis, in the early 600, they built on the highest point of the country.
Only recently, during the restoration of the palace, was made a discovery of great significance: the Zapata palace was built over the well preserved remains of a settlement called by the archaeologist John nuragico Lilliu (already discovered the Su Nuraxi complex) Nuraxi 'and because Cresia near the parish church.
Thanks to a project of architectural restoration of great visual impact and a strong suggestion (developed with great sensitivity by the architect Peter Royal) and the Palace of the marquis that the underlying nuraghe, properly brought to light, are now home to a magnificent museum complex - divided into three sections: archaeological (scientific project developed by the archaeologist Dr. Roberto Sirigu), historical (scientific project developed by Dr. Rosa M. Lai and Ms. Patricia M. Mameli the Archive Superintendence of Sardinia) and ethnographic ( scientific project developed by the architect. Liliana Fadda) - which was opened July 29, 2006