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Atzara (Atzara in Sardinian) is an Italian town of 1,224 inhabitants in the province of Nuoro, Sardinia.
Located in Barbagia, the original village dates back to around 1000 and was built at the source of Bingia de giosso, still exists. The historic center is divided into the old quarters of Su Fruscu, Lodine, Montiga and Josso, Montiga and Susu, Cora Manna Sa, Su Cuccuru Santu de Giorgi and Tzùri, with old houses and buildings constructed mainly of a more monumental granite. It belonged to the Judges of Arborea and then to the Marquis of Oristano and the Aragonese.
Nearby are the remains of "domus de Janas" (location Corongiu Senes), "graves of giants" and the dolmen Abbagadda (ie "Hot Water"), with central tower of about 6 m in height. Others are to nuraghi Ligios, Ni 'and Crobu, Su Nurache of Figos, Su Pisu and Suergèdu .......... The traditional costume
The painters in the early decades of the 900 came to Atzara were fascinated by the unique colors of the costume that was worn by everyone in the country, especially among women, characterized by bright colors and bright, and a special hat called "Tiaggiòla," he always attracted photographers and painters, to the fact that it has no equal in any other island costume. The artistic production of Sardinian and Spanish painters in the early years of the century, is an art heritage Atzara is proud, and that has helped to know the country beyond the borders of the island.