The Giovanni Antonio Sanna National Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum
The Sanna Museum is the most important museum in northern Sardinia and with its finds, ranging from the Paleolithic to the end of the Middle Ages and the Modern Age, tells the story of the surrounding area.
Cultural reference point of Northern Sardinia, it owes its name to the Sassari businessman and politician of the same name, who donated his archaeological and artistic collection to the city of Sassari.
The collection of exhibits has been enriched over the years with an important ethnographic section that includes fabrics, woods, ceramics and traditional clothes donated by Gavino Clemente, to whom an entire pavilion of the Museum is dedicated, by Zeri Bertolio and other private individuals. .