I Quattro Mori (The Four Moors)

When you see a plain white background divided by St George’s Red Cross, your first association will be the flag of England.  So far, so good… 🙂 But not that good because … imagine being in Europe to the South not somewhere there in the United Kingdom. On top of it, you will definitely ask yourself what and whose that flag is when you see the heads of the four Moors with a bandage on the eyes or foreheads, and faces turned to the left or right. No worries. The answer is simple. I Quattro Mori (the Four Moors in English, Is cuatru morus or Sos bator moros in Sardinian) are a symbol of the second largest island nel Mare Nostrum, i.e. an emblem of the myth of the Mediterranean Sea. Continue reading