A famous square to visit in Nuoro

To honor the poet, writer, lawyer and journalist, Sebastiano Satta known as “Pipieddu” in 1967 was built a square in the city center of Nuoro, in Sardinia, by the famous sculptor of Orani, Costantino Nivola.

In the square, paved with granite slabs, the artist Nivola placed granite boulders without working them, coming from Monte Ortobene, in order to have eight bronze statues, reminiscent of the Nuragic bronzes, placed on the pedestal to celebrate the figure of the “nuorese” poet.

Just above the square is the excellent and characteristic Restaurant: Monti Blu @montiblunuoro typical in the creation of the dishes offered in honor of Sardinian tradition and cuisine, but mixing them with culinary innovations, all immersed in an artistic atmosphere that seems magic!

📍Nuoro, Piazza Sebastiano Satta