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Fort of Saint Ignazio

Fort of Saint Ignazio

Colle Sant'Elia 09100 Cagliari
The ruins of the Fort of Sant'Elia, improperly known as "Fortino di Sant'Ignazio", arise in an area of ​​the Saint Elia's hill. The building is located on a privileged panoramic point from which you can enjoy a complete view of the city.
Graffito (Untitled)

Graffito (Untitled)

Via Roma - presso Palazzo del Consiglio Regionale 09100 Cagliari
Series of graffiti depicting Sardinian countryside scenes. Work made by Costantino Nivola (1911-1988), based on a drawing of Salvatore Fancello (1916-1941).
Lions Gate

Lions Gate

Via Spano 09100 Cagliari
Southern entrance to the Castle, built in 1553 and named after two lion head sculptures, placed at the top of the gate.
N.S. di Bonaria Forecourt Statues

N.S. di Bonaria Forecourt Statues

Piazza Bonaria 09100 Cagliari
Pair of bronze sculptures, made by Italian artist Franco D'Aspro in 1970. The first statue depicts a galleon with the shield of the Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mercy on the mainsail. The second portrays Our Lady of Bonaria and Child.
PortaCristina

PortaCristina

Viale Buoncammino 09100 Cagliari
Gateway to the Castle, designed by Carlo Boyl in 1825. Based on the model of Porta Angelica in Rome, it is named after and dedicated to queen Maria Cristina di Borbone.
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 AD, is placed along the southern hillside of Buoncammino.
Royal Palace

Royal Palace

Piazza Palazzo, 2 09100 Cagliari
The Royal Palace, also known as Viceregal, was the ancient residence of the Viceroy under the rule of the Aragonese, the Spanish and the Savoy. Today it is the seat of the Prefecture and the Province of Cagliari.
Saint Mary Cathedral and Bell Tower

Saint Mary Cathedral and Bell Tower

Piazza Palazzo 09100 Cagliari
Built in the 13th century in the Pisan-Romanesque style, it later underwent trasformations in the Gothic, Baroque and Neo-Romanesque style.
Saint Remy Bastion

Saint Remy Bastion

Piazza Costituzione - Tra la via Manno e la via Garibaldi 09100 Cagliari
Santa Caterina Rampart

Santa Caterina Rampart

Via Bastione Santa Caterina - Fronte scuola di Santa Caterina 09100 Cagliari
The terrace of Santa Caterina constitutes the northernmost appendage of the Bastion of Saint Remy. Here you can enjoy one of the many breathtaking panoramic views offered by the Castello district.