You can enjoy the stunning photos of German Marianne Sin-Pfältzer while strolling around the streets and squares of Oliena. She got to Sardinia in 1955 after a life of travels and made the island her resting home for the rest of her days.
She used her frequent and extended stays in Sardinia to portray the places and the people by showing the daily life of a people linked to ancient customs – and its walk towards the forthcoming modernity.
Her works were often being published in Germany.
Oliena, a town that was dear to Marianne, chose to showcase her photos taken at Corrasi’s feet permanently.