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Ice Cream Shop

L'Isola del Gelato

Recommandé par 4 habitants · Prix estimé 1 sur 4 ·

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Chiara
Chiara
August 10, 2017
Pretty good ice cream in the central square of Cagliari.
Rosina
Rosina
April 22, 2013
The best ice cream. Large assortment of flavours. You can sit.
Letizia
Letizia
March 14, 2013
Great ice-cream parlour with seating outside. Very popular with the young crowd.
Stefano
Stefano
July 23, 2018
Strafogato alla nutella o alla frutta...consigliatissimo....

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“Address: Giardino sonoro in San Sperate Born 15 March, 1942 in San Sperate, a small village in the southern part of Sardinia, Pinuccio Sciola traveled and studied around the world, in places such as Florence, Salzburg, Madrid, and Paris, before returning back to his native land. The Sardinian artist gained wide recognition for his rock sculptures, which have been shown in various exhibitions worldwide, including the Venice biennale, and Renzo Piano’s parco della musica in Rome, where he contributed with one piece. Particularly known for his ‘sound stones’, Sciola was able to make rocks ‘sing’ by carving patterned fissures onto them with a circular saw. Pinuccio Sciola, who passed away in 2016, first presented his ‘sound stones’ in 1996 at the ‘Time in Jazz’ festival in Berchidda, where he performed with swiss percussionist Pierre Favre, and then again in 2003, where he played the rocks with italian trumpeter Paolo Fresu in front of Assisi’s basilica San Francesco. When struck, his sculptures produce various sounds similar to those of bells, drums, and gongs, evoking a mystical atmosphere from a prehistoric time. Bringing together past and present, the artist has manged to release sounds that for millennia have been trapped inside the material itself. Nato il 15 marzo 1942 a San Sperate, un piccolo villaggio nella parte meridionale della Sardegna, Pinuccio Sciola viaggiò e studiò in tutto il mondo, in luoghi come Firenze, Salisburgo, Madrid e Parigi, prima di tornare nella sua terra natale. L'artista sardo ha ottenuto ampio riconoscimento per le sue sculture di roccia, che sono state esposte in varie mostre in tutto il mondo, tra cui la biennale di Venezia, e il parco della musica di Renzo Piano a Roma, dove ha contribuito con un pezzo. Particolarmente noto per le sue "pietre sonore", Sciola è stato in grado di far cantare le rocce scolpendole con una sega circolare. Pinuccio Sciola, scomparso nel 2016, ha presentato per la prima volta le sue "pietre sonore" nel 1996 al festival "time in jazz" a berchidda, dove si è esibito con il percussionista svizzero pierre favre, e poi di nuovo nel 2003, dove ha suonato le rocce con trombettista italiano paolo fresu davanti alla basilica di assisi san fancesco. quando colpito, le sue sculture producono suoni simili a quelli di campane, tamburi e gong, evocando un'atmosfera mistica da un tempo preistorico. riunendo passato e presente, l'artista ha maneggiato per rilasciare suoni che per millenni sono stati intrappolati all'interno del materiale stesso. ”
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35 Piazza Yenne
Cagliari, 09124
Téléphone070 659824
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