The Province of Nuoro is a province in the island region of Sardinia, Italy. The province is divided into 52 comuni and was established in the 1920's. The province of Nuoro is home for some of the wildest and most beautiful natural landscapes in the world, making it a top choice for tourists visiting Italy. It is also one of Europe's less-densely populated areas, with an impressive number of centenarians and supercentenarians having lived here. Antonio Todde, famous for being the oldest man in the world until 2002, lived to be 112. All this makes Nuoro a famous and special place to visit.