The “pintau” bread made by the wise hands of the bakeries of Sardinia, the sweets typical of the wedding celebrations, but also the tapestries of bright colors and carpets, skillfully worked pottery, the inevitable baskets and copper. It relocates the former island area to Porto Cervo and becomes an exhibition area of ​​the Nuoro Regional Ethnographic Institute (Isre), which today, in the heart of the most fashionable Mediterranean square, inaugurated an exhibition area with a sales outlet. In the show room, which will remain open until September 13th, it will be possible to admire and purchase works of art from all of Sardinia and made by Sardinian craftsmen, as well as ordering enograstronomy products. For Bruno Murgia, president of the Isre, this is “an important showcase in the heart of the temple of international tourism in which to offer a refined and at the same time contemporary contemporaries of the essence of Sardinia and its millennial culture” . “The project - emphasizes the director of Isre Cristina Collu - is part of the spirit of creating a new position for the ethnographic institute which, even through an anthropological look, aims to change skin. A project that goes through a radical path that it intends to link Craft culture, tourism in productive activities ”. http://www.isresardegna.it/