San Salvatore, Sardinia 
This very little village is populated just a few days each year, in coincidence with the celebrations of San Salvatore. The church, as many others in Sardinia, was built in an ancient sacred site: in its crypt there’s still a nuragic sacred well dating back to the bronze age, which was rearranged and expanded by punics, romans and cristians.
Per un pugno di case by Shardana Giuseppe Mercolella on Flickr

San Salvatore, Sardinia 

This very little village is populated just a few days each year, in coincidence with the celebrations of San Salvatore. The church, as many others in Sardinia, was built in an ancient sacred site: in its crypt there’s still a nuragic sacred well dating back to the bronze age, which was rearranged and expanded by punics, romans and cristians.

Per un pugno di case by Shardana Giuseppe Mercolella on Flickr