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Piazza San Cosimo 09100 Cagliari
Paleochristian complex dating back to the 5th century, which includes the Byzantine-Protoromanesque church (also called Church of SS. Cosma e Damiano) and the Christian necropolis, in which many Byzantine and Roman Age remains were found.
Piazza Santa Croce 09100 Cagliari
Formerly a Sinagogue, it stands in an area that once was the Jewish ghetto. It was converted into a Catholic church after the expulsion of the Jews from Cagliari around 1500. It keeps works by Sardinian painter Giuseppe Deris.
Via Duomo 09100 Cagliari
Built in the Catalan-Gothic style between the 15th and the 16th century, it has a simple facade without ornaments. Above the portal stands the coat of arms of the Aymerich family, owners of the church. The interior of the church consists of one nave with three chapels on the right side.
Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 299 09100 Cagliari
It was built in the 17th century on the ruins of a small country church destroyed by a storm in 1643. It keeps an altarpiece by local painter Giovanni Marghinotti and an ancient spanish style painting portraying Our Lady of the Annunciation.