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NOTES ON SANTA TERESA

Santa Teresa is a very colourful town and the most northern in Sardinia.

The Corsican port of Bonifacio is but a short ferry ride across from here.

Stone quarries were once located in the area and the building material for two columns of the Roman Pantheon, as well as portions of the Leaning Tower of Pisa was quarried at Capo Testa, 5km away from the town.

Source: Sardinia Pocket Guide.

 

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