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The first thing you will notice is the colorful dome. Then there is the colorful interior.
It dates from the Middle Ages, but it was heavily remodeled in the mid 18th century, and again with the addition of the paintings near the ceiling.
The first thing you see when you are walking about Olbia is the colourful doom.
The bells ring too.
It is €2 pp to enter.
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