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Sardinia is the island located in the Western Mediterranean Sea, just south of the island of Corsica, with an area of 24.100 square kilometers.
It is situated between 38° 51′ and 41° 18′ latitude north and 8° 8′ and 9° 50′ east longitude.
To the west of Sardinia is the Sea of Sardinia, a unit of the Mediterranean Sea; to Sardinia’s east is the Tyrrhenian Sea, which is also an element of the Mediterranean Sea.
The coasts of Sardinia are 1.849 kilometers long.
The island has an ancient geoformation, up to 500 million years old, more ancient than Corsica, Sicily and mainland Italy. Main mountain ranges are the Gennargentu and the Chain of Marghine and Goceano in the center of the island, the Sette Fratelli Range in the southeast, and the Sulcis Mountains in the southwest. Campidano is the main plain located in the south-western area, covering approximately 100 kilometers between Cagliari and Oristano.
Flag of Sardinia
Languages: Sardinian (Sardu), and italian.
Area: 24.100 square km
Time zone CET (UTC+1)