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Medio Campidano is the denomination of one new province of the Sardinia Region, instituted the 12 July 2001.
Campidano mean comprises the territory of the part centers them of the Campidano, and therefore is situated between the Sulcis-Iglesiente (to south), the oristanese (to north) and the inhabitant of cagliari (to east and south-east).
To the west the province shows oneself on the sea, where we find the Coast Green.
The province of Campidano Mean has had full operativity to leave from the elections of May 2005.



Events and manifestations in Medio.Campidano

 

Sagre S.Antonio Medio.Campidano (2009-06-13)

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S.Antonio
S.Antonio of Santadi, which is celebrated the week-end after 13th June (from Saturday to Tuesday), is particularly picturesque for its ancient rites. The statue of the Saint is put on a cart drawn by two oxen and followed by carts, coaches and tractors decorated called “traccas”, and by folk-groups and a musical band. The Saint is accompanied by a lot of believers who, after leaving Arbus and going trough the village of Guspini, reach Santadi walking in procession all day long. This pilgrimage is the longest in Italy, 38 km.
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