MUSEO DEL BANDITISMO
The Museum of Banditry, housed in the Old Magistrates Court Palace, is located in the oldest part of the country. Just in the streets adjacent to this building, more than a century ago, they were committed several murders linked to banditry. The exhibition is divided into four rooms, displaying documents and objects most representative. A shrine is dedicated to the Aggese bandit Sebastiano Tansu, nicknamed "Gallura's Mute", figure who has inspired the Enrico Costa's namesake novel.