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Art, archaeology, nature and religion are the keywords of this itinerary; you can admire some of the many beauties that characterize the city.
Visit to Stampace district


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  • A

    Roman Amphitheatre

    Viale Sant'Ignazio da Laconi
    Ingr. fronte Centro Solidarietà G. Paolo II

    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.

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  • B

    Beato Nicola da Gesturi Museum

    Viale Sant’Ignazio da Laconi, 94

    The museum is composed of three sections: the main one features items from the life of Beato Nicola of Gesturi and the documents from the process that led to his canonization; the second one is an exposition of African handcraft; the third one is a h

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  • C

    Botanical Garden

    Viale S. Ignazio da Laconi, 9-11
    Dipartimento Scienze Botaniche Univ.di Cagliari

    The botanical garden, directed by the University of Cagliari and streched for 5 hectares. Currently the garden contains some 2000 species, predominantly of Mediterranean origin but with a good collection of succulents and tropical plants as well.

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  • D

    Tigellio Villa

    Via Carbonazzi

    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.

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  • E

    Church of San Michele

    Via Ospedale, 2

    San Michele is a Jesuit church located in the ancient Stampace district, between via Azuni and via Ospedale. The church has an attached structure, the former Jesuit Novitiate House, that nowaday hosts the Military Hospital.

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  • F

    Church of Santa Restituta

    Via Sant'Efisio, 14

    It is placed on a small square in Stampace district and rises above an hypogeum known as the Crypt of Santa Restituta. It has a single nave with sidelong chapels and a mezzanine chancel; during the bombings in 1943, the church was seriously injured.

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  • G

    Church of Sant'Efisio (Stampace)

    Via Sant'Efisio

    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.

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  • H

    ST. Anna's church

    Via Azuni

    The church is located in the old Stampace district, a short walk from Piazza Yenne, where once was an ancient church dating back to Pisan period. In front of the church is a large staircase; the facade is in a style called "Barocchetto Piemontese".

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  • I

    Church of Santa Chiara

    Salita Santa Chiara, snc

    It's a monumental church located in Salita Santa Chiara, nearby piazza Yenne. Dating back to 1690, it has the interior in the Baroque style with a nave and lateral chapels.

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