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From March 1 to September 1, 2019, the traditional San Vero Milis artifacts, revisited according to the new suggestions of contemporary design, are present at the exhibition "Broken Nature" of the Triennale di Milano - an artistic investigation on the link between man and the environment, which over the years has often been compromised - hosted in one of the top international cultural institutions. IN MILAN WITH THE ARTISANS OF THE WEAVING. It took a month of work and meetings between craftsmen and designers to create the prototypes to be exhibited at the XXII International Exhibition of the "Triennale di Milano": baskets whose fabric inserts have been colored with algae pigments, coatings for bottles, containers made with the technique of interweaving male olive trees and reeds, artifacts intertwined with the twig.

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7,705 hectares of wetlands of international importance recognised and listed in the Ramsar Convention, representing 60% of the entire heritage of Sardinia: a territory that embraces the area of the Gulf of Oristano and the Sinis Peninsula, along the 200 km of coastline that extend from Capo Mannu to the lagoon area of Marceddì, and that has been mobilized with enthusiasm for the WorldWetlandsDay