Around 400 people paid tribute to the remarkable conservation of the Nuragic Sculptures of Monte Prama in Sardinia, winner of an EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Award 2015 and the public’s favourite project, at a ceremony held at the Civic Archaeological Museum of Cabras on the afternoon of 15 October. Fani Mallouchou-Tufano, Chairperson of the Awards’ Jury in the Conservation category, and Rossana Bettinelli, Board Member of Europa Nostra, praised this great heritage achievement from Italy and presented the plaque to Roberto Nardi, Director of the Centre for Archaeological Conservation in Rome, which carried out the project, and to Cristiano Carrus, Mayor of Cabras.
Medium: Europa Nostra
Date Published: October 15, 2015
Language Published: English