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Basilica San Gavino

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Basilica San Gavino

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Atrio Metropoli 5, 07046 Porto Torres, Sardinia Italy
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bgs wrote a review Nov 2019
New Forest National Park Hampshire, United Kingdom145 contributions50 helpful votes
A short uphill walk from the waterside and well worth the stroll. We were very fortunate to be there for Sunday worship and so heard the harmonious singing while admiring the roof timbers and the colourful carving of the three saints at the back. The basilica is beside a small and pleasant park (not quite what you expect of a botanic garden though).
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Howcaplefamily wrote a review Aug 2019
Herefordshire, United Kingdom85 contributions31 helpful votes
Fine old place indeed - columns that may once have been used in a Roman temple and a sense of worship having happened here since early days, perhaps as long ago as the battle of Hastings. The 3 euros fee for entrance is entirely reasonable and was collected by two charming women at the door. The shade inside was deep and cool and all-embracing. The long crypt is a colder, spookier yet brightly lit place, damp bones in the air. The silence of the basilica was broken when some vain idiot started to play a piano near the altar. He was a visitor like us and fancied himself Richard Clayderman (which he wasn't). But this church is well worth a look and there is a good bar just nearby (go down the steps and turn right and it is found after 50 yards).
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Brianedwards wrote a review Aug 2018
Whitburn, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
Very nice church. €3 entrance charge pp. It’s a short walk up from the harbour which takes around 15min
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Catharina P wrote a review Jun 2018
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Beautiful and unique. The interior as well as the exterior is worth to take a look at. Best thing about our visit to Porte Torres.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Jurazur wrote a review Jul 2017
Monaco-Ville, Monaco104 contributions9 helpful votes
Maybe one of the nicest buildings on the island to visit. San Gavino church is beautiful and remarks the Tuscan (Pisan) history of Sardinia. It is a Roman basilica from the 11th century and a real landmark in town. The crypt has also a surprise with a lot of sculptures (you do expect more in a castle in Austria than in a crypt at Sardinia). I claim that only a visit to this church is worth a visit to Sardinia. I had to pay only €3,- for the entry.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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