Region: Sardinia - Italy
|Tax code||: 81001610922|
|Postal Code||: 09013|
|Istat code||: 092012|
|Cadastral code||: B745|
|number Population||: 28.564 (01-01-2017 - Istat)|
|asl||: 111 mt.|
|Sq km area.||: 145,60|
|name of the inhabitants||: carboniensi|
- Mayor Carbonia and city administration
- Registry office - Technical Office - Cadastre IMU TASI
- City Council - Data elections
City Hall Address
Piazza Roma, 1
+39 0781 6941
+39 0781 64039
Email PEC: firstname.lastname@example.org
Institutional website - http://www.comune.carbonia.ci.it
How to get:
GPS / Geographic coordinates of Carbonia
Latitude: 39.16722 - Longitude: 8.522222
GPS coordinates: 39°10'1.99" N - 08°31'20" E
Seismic and climatic classification
• Seismic classification updated in March 2015. (Source: Civil protection)
• "Climate zones" and "day grades" by: Table A attached to the DPR 412 / 93 updated at 31 October 2009. (Source: Authorities for electricity gas and water system)
City of Carbonia (Province of Sud Sardegna - Italy)
Carbonia is a wholly mountain town of 28.564 inhabitants, located 111 meters above sea level in the Province of South Sardinia, its territory covers an area of 145,60 sq km.
At the heart of the coal region of Sulcis, Carbonia is a town recently: the work, which lasted two years, began in 1936.
The time has remained the urban and architectural fascist system with large and regular streets that converge on the central square in Rome, with the Town Hall, the Civic Tower and the Parish Church of St. Pontian with a bell tower in trachit copy of Aquileia Cathedral .
The former residence of the Director of Mines, Villa Sulcis, has been turned into archaeological museum where you can admire jewelry, ceramics and bronzes from Domus de Janas and the archaeological site of Monte Sirai.
Fossils, rare minerals and the reconstruction of a natural cave are the highlights of the Museum of Paleontology and Caving Martel.
What's Near Carbonia a well-marked route leads to the hill on top of which lies the archaeological site of Monte Sirai.
Well worth the visit just for the view extending to the islands of Sant'Antioco and San Pietro.
Interesting ruins, still under excavation. The fortified acropolis of Monte Sirai was built by the Phoenicians in the fourth century BC as a defense of Sulki (today's Sant'Antioco).
The walls, thick up to 4 m, protected the acropolis and housing the garrison.
The urban development follows the unevenness of the ground with three parallel streets that divide five blocks.
Interestingly the area of the necropolis: the Phoenician presents graves while the Punic consists of a dozen underground tombs.
villages and localities of the City of Carbonia
Barega, Cannas, Bacu Abis, Barbusi, Corongiu, Cortoghiana, Flumentepido, Genna Corriga, Is Gannaus, Is Meis, Medadeddu, Medau Desogus, Serbariu, Sirai, Sirri, Tanì
The City of Carbonia It is part of:
IAT CarboniaOffice Information - tourist reception
Piazza Roma, 16
Tel 011 6485288