Sardigna est un'ìsula de su Mare Mediterràneu otzidentale, posta a unos 200km de sa peninsula italiana, su matessi de sa Tunisia, unos 300km dae sa Ligùria e 500 de sa Ispagna. Sa terra prus a probe est sa Corsica, petzi 11km.
Sardenya és la segona illa més gran de la Mediterrània, situada al sud de Còrsega i que pertany a l'estat italià, del qual és una regió autònoma. Té una superfície de 24.090 km2 i una població, l'any 2001, d'1.631.880 habitants. La capital n'és Càller.
Sardinia - Autonomous Region of Sardinia
Sardinia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea (after Sicily). The area of Sardinia is 9,300 sq. miles. The island lies between ► Italy, ► Spain, and ► Tunisia, south of ► Corsica; it is one of the autonomous regions with special statute under the Italian Constitution.
This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day Sardinia, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day Sardinia.
The history maps of Sardinia are included in the history section of the Atlas of Italy.
Sardinia under the rule of the Vandals
The Kingdom of Sardinia in 1796
Sardinia in 1859
This section holds copies of original general maps older than 70 years of this entry.
The Kingdom in 1856
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