EGEA Eco-Museum - A light on memory

EGEA recounts the historical events behind the birth of the inclusive and varied community of Fertilia

In particular, the OFFICINE pavilion tells of the Exodus of The Istrians, Fiumans and Dalmatians, some of whom landed on the shores of the Calich Lagoon.

 

These populations found the ideal place to rebuild their homes in the "City of Foundation", despite the interruptions caused by the outbreak of the Second World War.

 

The Museum strives to make known the history of a land made fertile by the work of man; a land that welcomed people from Sardinia, Alghero, Ferrara, Veneto, Istria, Fiume, Dalmatia, those repatriated from Libya, Eritrea, Corsica and numerous other people who came at different times from every corner of the globe.

 

This Museum aims to "keep a light on memory" and to "bring together the threads of history" for all those who have been forced by overwhelming historical events to leave their birthplace in search of a new landing place in which to carry out their existence in freedom.

 

EU Digital COVID Certificate is required to access the Museum. Click here to find out how to get it.

 

Alghero Ticket includes admission to the museum.

 

Address: 40°35'43.6"N 8°17'08.4"E Porto Conte State Road n. 19/21 | Fertilia, Alghero

Visiting hours:

from Tuesday to Sunday from 10.00am to 1pm and from 5.00pm to 8.00pm

 

Contacts: +39 3487783290 | info@ecomuseoegea.org

 

Website: https://ecomuseoegea.org

 

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