Sulcis

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A coal mine in Sulcis.

Sulcis is the southwestern region of Sardinia, part of the larger Sulcis-Iglesiente region. It is named for the Phoenician city of Sulcis (Solki), present-day Sant'Antioco.

Situated in Sulcis are the municipalities of Calasetta, Carbonia, Carloforte, Domus de Maria, Giba, Gonnesa, Masainas, Narcao, Nuxis, Perdaxius, Piscinas, Portoscuso, San Giovanni Suergiu, Santadi, Sant'Anna Arresi, Sant'Antioco, Tratalias, Villaperuccio, Teulada. All of them are in the present province of Carbonia-Iglesias, with the exception of Domus de Maria and Teulada, which are in the province of Cagliari.

Part of the region are also the islands of San Pietro e di Sant'Antioco.

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Coordinates: 39°06′00″N 8°43′00″E / 39.1000°N 8.7167°E / 39.1000; 8.7167