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Church of San Vincenzo de Paoli

Church of San Vincenzo de Paoli

Via Bosa 09100 Cagliari
The current church was built in 1950 in a Romanesque-Pisan style; it has a brick masonry facade covered with limestone. Inside, it is decorated in a simple and essential style.
Church of Sant'Agostino

Church of Sant'Agostino

Via Baylle, 80 09100 Cagliari
The Church of Sant'Agostino was built around 1577 in Renaissance style, in Marina district; the main entrance is located in via Baylle but there is a secondary entrance that leads to Largo Carlo Felice.
Church of Sant'Alenixedda

Church of Sant'Alenixedda

Via Parigi - Quartiere Europeo 09100 Cagliari
The church of Sant'Alenixedda, dating back to the thirteen century, rises in the ancient area of San Vetrano (where Roman remains were found). It is an aisleless church and stands out both for the simplicity and for the elegance of the facade
Church of Sant'Antonio Abate

Church of Sant'Antonio Abate

Via Manno 09100 Cagliari
It is one of the monumental churches of Cagliari and it is located in Via Manno, in Marina district. The current building dates back to the eighteenth century and it is situated above a former structure.
Church of Sant'Avendrace

Church of Sant'Avendrace

Viale Sant'Avendrace, 128 09100 Cagliari
The church is devoted to the fifth bishop of Cagliari and is located in the place of his hypotetical martyrdom. It has a simple facade, a portal overtopped by a rectangular window and a bell tower.
Church of Sant'Efisio (Giorgino)

Church of Sant'Efisio (Giorgino)

Località Giorgino 09100 Cagliari
The little church is in Giorgino (a fishing village), inside the family Ballero mansion. The structure dates back to the 1600 and it is a bounded stage during the yearly procession, devoted to Saint Efisio, which takes place on May 1st.
Church of Sant'Efisio (Stampace)

Church of Sant'Efisio (Stampace)

Via Sant'Efisio 09100 Cagliari
The Church of St. Efisio is located in the medieval Stampace district and dates back to 430 AD. It was built above the cave which, according to the tradition, was the prison of the saint before his martyrdom.
Church of Sant'Elia

Church of Sant'Elia

Borgo Sant'Elia 09100 Cagliari
It is located inside the homonymous district, in the old part of the ancient fishing village. The church was founded in 1953 by Monsignor Paolo Botto. It has a modern structure painted in pink, a gable roof and a square base bell tower.
Church of Sant'Eulalia

Church of Sant'Eulalia

Piazza Sant'Eulalia 09100 Cagliari
It was built in fourteenth century by Catalans, in the area were existed the Pisan tower named Lapola (ancient name of the Marina district) and the medieval Church of S. Maria del Porto.
Church of Sant'Eusebio

Church of Sant'Eusebio

Via Monsignor Piovella 09100 Cagliari
It is a church located in the suburbs of Cagliari; its has a modern structure and has large stairs in front of its entrance.