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Accardo Palace

Accardo Palace

Via Crispi/Largo Carlo Felice, 13 09100 Cagliari
The building planned by the engineer Dionigi Scano stands on the corner of Largo Carlo Felice and Via Crispi located adjacent to the rear front of the City Hall.
Archbishop’s  Palace

Archbishop’s Palace

Piazza Palazzo, 4 09100 Cagliari
The building, is home and residence of the Archbishop of Cagliari from the XII century.
Asquer Palace

Asquer Palace

Via Lamarmora, 80 09100 Cagliari
The building, erected in the second half of the eighteenth century is located at Via Lamarmora, overlooking the Piazza Carlo Alberto.
Atzeni-Tedesco Palace

Atzeni-Tedesco Palace

Via Canelles, 19 09100 Cagliari
The building is located at Via Canelles in the historic district of Castello. Built during the Middle Ages, it has undergone several renovations until reaching its present appearance in the Art Nouveau style.
Azara Palace

Azara Palace

Via Corte D'Appello, 42 09100 Cagliari
The building dating back to the second half of the nineteenth century, rises in an area which includes Piazza Santa croce, Via Corte d'Appello and Via Santa Croce.
Balletto Palace

Balletto Palace

Viale Trieste, 59 09100 Cagliari
The building is located along Viale Trieste on the corner of Via XXIX Novembre. It was planned by Riccardo Simonetti, and made definitely in 1921.
Barrago Prunas Palace

Barrago Prunas Palace

Piazza Carlo Alberto, 1-2-3 09100 Cagliari
The building rises at the corner between Via Lamarmora and Piazza Carlo Alberto. The main facade overlooks piazza Carlo Alberto and it is articulated on three floors and a mezzanine.
Boyl Palace

Boyl Palace

Via de Candia 09100 Cagliari
Boyl Palace is one of the most representative noble buildings of the district of Castello. It was erected in 1840 by Carlo Boyl Pilo, Marquis of Putifigari.
Brondo-Zapata Palace

Brondo-Zapata Palace

Piazza Lamarmora, 3 09100 Cagliari
The building is located between the De Candia Palace and the Teatro Civico. It was built in 1622 by Antonio Brondo Count of Serramanna.
Conservatory of the Daughters of Providence

Conservatory of the Daughters of Providence

Piazza Indipendenza 09100 Cagliari
The Conservatory of the Daughters of Providence dates back to 1831. Former college for nobles, in the 19th century it became home to a charitable institution for orphans. Its wide Neoclassical facade dominates the east side of Piazza Indipendenza.
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