The village in which the artist was born contains his precious works, making the Barbagia village the main destination of the itinerary. Your first stop will be at the beautiful Costantino Nivola Museum, in which a smart, well-organized exhibition provides a new experience of the Sardinian artist's work. A journey through works of maturity: the great Mothers sculpted in smooth white marble, the architectural bronzes, the small terracotta works in which the female figure always emerges powerfully. There is a room dedicated to sand-casting, the technique invented by Nivola himself and that made him famous in America. Other places in Orani include the little church of Madonna d'Itria in the old town centre, for which Nivola created the façade with a large inscription featuring his typical monumental forms and the encounter between male and female.