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Archaeological Area of St. Eulalia

Archaeological Area of St. Eulalia

Vico del Collegio, 2 - Ingresso dal cortile del cinteatro di Sant'Eulalia 09100 Cagliari
In the historic quarter of Marina, there can be found the widest urban archaelogical way of all Sardinia.
Atilia Pomptilla Sepulchre

Atilia Pomptilla Sepulchre

Viale Sant'Avendrace 09100 Cagliari
Atilia Pomptilla sepulchre, dating 1st Century A.C. is known as Grotta della Vipera, because of the decoration in the frontal part of the sepulchre, representing two vipers.
Devil's Saddle

Devil's Saddle

Accesso dalla località Cala Mosca - Viale Calamosca 09100 Cagliari
The Devilís Saddle is one of the most significant features of Cagliari. Thanks to its particular geo-morphological shape it is a symbol of the city skyline, especially of the Poetto beach.
Early Christian Complex of St. Saturno

Early Christian Complex of St. Saturno

Via San Lucifero, 7-8 - Piazza S. Cosimo 09100 Cagliari
The site includes three late-Roman funerary buildings dating to the 3rd and 4th century B.C., later used as christian burial and called Sacellum of Saint Lucifero, Crypt of the Church or Sacellum of Rude and Eliano, and Sacellum of Saint Lucifero.
Galleria dello Sperone

Galleria dello Sperone

via Università, 1 09100 Cagliari
The Galleria dello Sperone is located near the Lion Gate in the Castle. Though it used to serve as a prison, it was mainly a defensive structure with underground passages and an embrasure.
La Scala di Ferro  (Ex Bastione di Monserrato)

La Scala di Ferro (Ex Bastione di Monserrato)

Viale Regina Margherita, 46 - Via Torino 09100 Cagliari
The Monserrato Rampart was built in 1562, in order to protect the eastern side of Marina district.
Roman Amphitheatre

Roman Amphitheatre

Viale Sant'Ignazio da Laconi - Ingr. fronte Centro Solidarietà G. Paolo II 09100 Cagliari
The Roman Amphitheatre of Cagliari, dates from the end of the first and the first half of the second century a.D., is placed along the southern hillside of Buoncammino.
The Fullonica

The Fullonica

tra Via XX Settembre e viale Regina Margherita - Area sottostante il Palazzo dell'INPS 09100 Cagliari
It is an important archaeological site connected with handmade establishment. Later, they have been discovered some ruins of the old walls of difficult to identify and to date. The decoration of the recovered mosaic and the inscriptions would agree
Tigellio Villa

Tigellio Villa

Via Carbonazzi 09100 Cagliari
One of the most important archaelogical site of Sardinia, the aristocratic Tigellio Villa bear witness to Roman expansion into the western part of the city.
Tuvixeddu Necropolis

Tuvixeddu Necropolis

Via Falzarego 09100 Cagliari
Tuvixeddu is the most ancient and representative burial area of the city, and can be considered the only visible evidence of Karaly, the Phoenician-Punic settlement in the Gulf of the Angels.