Poetto is the town beach of Cagliari, the largest and most populous urban centre of Sardinia. This beach has always been the flagship of the city, with its fine and thin white sand, its crystal clear water and a sea bottom that allowed to the bathers to take a walk for tens of meters with the water at the level of the ankles. Going beyond the illegal development made by the kiosks on the beach and the apparent death condition affecting the seaboard (common discussions in Cagliari), anger, disappointment and resignation are the feelings remaining in the inhabitants of Cagliari...
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