Churches/ Cathedrals in Sardinia

Churches & Cathedrals in Sardinia, Italy

Churches & Cathedrals in Sardinia

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  • IlyaNJ
    Marlboro, NJ974 contributions
    A gorgeous church, with plenty of eye-catching decorations and details. Don't neglect to go to the lower level, which is not a crypt, but rather a series of chapels with dozens of depictions of saints.
    Written September 7, 2023
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  • Jadranka P
    London, UK717 contributions
    As you are driving from Olbia to Alghero you cannot miss this imposing church which is located in the nearby Codrongiano village. The history says that it was firstly completed in 1116, on the pre-existing ruins of a monastery, thanks to the financial support of Costantino I di Torres who, after visiting another monastery, praying the Virgin Mary for a son and having his wish granted, decided to repay the monks by gifting them a new church and a place to live and pray. It was built in a Romanic-Pisan style.
    It is worth paying to go inside and next to parking place is a small restaurant which serves refreshments and some local food.
    Written February 20, 2023
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  • Behr-H96
    70 contributions
    Beautiful romanesque Basilica in Porto Torres. One of the few things to do in that town. Little admission for entering the impressive church. The crypt was accessible too.
    Written August 10, 2023
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  • fluffymonkey
    Worcester, UK3,257 contributions
    Commanding a breathtaking spot overlooking the Golfo dell Asinara its worth the bracing uphill walk into the old town to visit here.
    Written September 1, 2023
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  • IlyaNJ
    Marlboro, NJ974 contributions
    An undeniable highlight of Alghero, understated in the interior but with an exuberant altar and pulpit ensemble. Well worth a visit.
    Written September 7, 2023
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  • Angela O
    Watford, UK307 contributions
    Amazing church with fantastic details and settings inside and out so pleased I took the opportunity to visit as we stayed quite local. Definitely worth a visit.
    Written July 28, 2022
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  • IlyaNJ
    Marlboro, NJ974 contributions
    Probably the most impressive of all Alghero churches, this monastic complex is accessible for a fee. The church and the cloister are the highlights. The tower can be ascended for an extra fee, but access may be closed in high winds.
    Written September 7, 2023
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  • laczkozsu
    Debrecen, Hungary1,539 contributions
    It’s located in the centre, on Piazza Duomo, so we sometimes passed it, but it was closed. (Open:9-12, 16-19). On our third day we were happy to go inside. Originally it was built in Roman style, but in 13. century it was rebuilt in Gothic Catalan-Aragon style and it got a white limestone facade in Spanish Baroque style in 18. century. I think it’s ornate and elegant interior, a must see attraction.
    Written September 2, 2022
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  • fluffymonkey
    Worcester, UK3,257 contributions
    I wondered around this contemporary church, I was not able to go in at the time. Its unusual architecture and mixed materials make it worth a visit if in the center of PR.
    Written September 7, 2023
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  • IlyaNJ
    Marlboro, NJ974 contributions
    A true highlight of Oristano, the cathedral is ornate and very impressive both from the outside and in the interior.
    Written September 7, 2023
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  • KrisD_pl
    Warsaw, Poland7,784 contributions
    It's a pretty simple church, but the true gem is underground. Burial chambers were used between the 2nd and 7th centuries. Very interesting, accessible on a guided visit.
    Written April 25, 2021
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  • Eli B
    Sydney, Australia3,697 contributions
    Easily visible from the road, six km east the black church of Santa Maria del Regno, this great church with a campanile and remains of associated buildings. The entrance opens to a narthex, above which were 3 rooms reached by a narrow stair. The first with a bench and a chimney, was the chapter house, beside which was the Bishp’s Chapel. The church is oddly coherent with uniform columns, and an apse splendidly placed above a low cliff
    Written August 18, 2019
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  • Jana C
    Prague, Czech Republic4,663 contributions
    This former cathedral now minor basilica is almost entirely built in sandstone, it is considered one of the most important examples of Sardinian Romanesque architecture. It was built in the 12th century by local and Pisan workers. The inside is very plain but the small crypt is very interesting.
    Written September 16, 2019
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  • TwixtTwain
    Houston, TX231 contributions
    Behind the altar is an exquisite carved and gilded series of panels. This luttle church is really a gem and worth a detour. On the left side of the church facing the entrance, one of the local adies has created a mini museum of Ardara culture and you can see anique household goods and farm implements. She also sells delicious homemade pecorino cheese. We bought a whole wheel to take home.
    Written March 19, 2014
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  • Mentsightseer
    Dallas, TX108 contributions
    This is an amazing place. The basilica is a must see. Crowds were at a mimmium so we were able to enjoy the choir, mass and the Black Madonna. Please take the time to visit this area.
    Written December 23, 2017
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