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Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Full review
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Great Shopping Place : This pedestrianized street runs from the Duomo to the Paizza San Babila. It is full of high street brand name shops and also cafes. The January sales were still on when we visited so there were bargains to be had at a more reasonable price than the high end fashion houses. The street was always busy with shoppers and buskers.

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Via Roma Full review
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Wonderful Place : Amazing!! I am so happy this place finally opened! We tried their Margherita Pizza, because if you can't do that, you don't deserve to be open; this place did not disappoint! The pizza sauce was so flavorful, and the crust was everything wood fired pizza should be.

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Piazza d'Italia Full review
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Worth A Visit : The main square of Sassari, where the Palazzo della Provincia, also known as Palazzo Sciuti and Palazzo Giordano, the seat of Banca Intesa San Paolo, stand out for its beauty. The Piazza is closed to vehicular traffic, with the exception of public transport and authorized vehicles. There are numerous bars and restaurants in the immediate area.
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Old Town-Sassari Full review
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Real Gem : The apartment for five people is very good is new two bathrooms with shower, air conditioning, terrace the kitchen quite complete with oven, four burners, microwave, refrigerator extractor fan and tv. If yuo are in Italy, you must visit this place.

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Museo Nazionale "G.A. Sanna" Full review
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Educating : Museo Nazionale "G.A. Sanna" had a surprising number of ancient artifacts. The collection exceeded my expectation. The guide sheet were sadly only in Italian which did lessen the enjoyment of the experience, but all in all worth a very educating visit.

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Saint Maria of Betlem Full review
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Lovely Place : Beautiful church outside Romanesque with many revisitations in baroque wide with 6 wooden altars apse to sixth preceded by the dome seat of many gremi and the keeper of many chandeliers the main festival of the city ends here with the dissolution of the vote to 'assumption .

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Saint Nicholas Cathedral Full review
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Beautiful Place : A magnificent building, with a breathtaking dome! Clearly, The place to visit in Sassari, I totally recommend. The engravings of the eardrums are sublime, the chorus even more. To visit, whatever the cost! An atmospheric cathedral combining several architectural styles.
Sassari Cathedral is the Roman Catholic cathedral of Sassari, Sardinia, Italy, and is dedicated to… [..]

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Museo della Città - Palazzo della Frumentaria Full review
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Beautiful Place : The palace was built at the beginning of the XVI century by marquess Francesco II as the suburban retreat for the court. It was subsequently abandoned when Francesco’s successor Federico II ordered to build the neighbouring Palazzo Te on the former Gonzaga horses stables, and was assigned as residence to cadet branches of the Gonzaga family.

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Bosa Cathedral Full review
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Worth A Visit : Of great historical importance and artist. A secret passage connects her to the Malaspina Castle. Wonderful votive altar numbers. Splendid the party of the assumption on August 15th. Perfectly preserved by devotees, a real jewel to admire. Great place indeed.
Bosa Cathedral, dedicated to the Immaculate Conception , is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Bosa, Sar… [..]

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pitture murali orgosolo Full review
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History and Art: The village of Orgosolo holds a rich variety of murals. During the walk through Orgosolo; you will see plentiful museums, cafes, and breathtaking spots which can be enjoyed at you leisure. This place is full of history, but some of the paintings are significantly damaged.

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Grotte del Bue Marino Full review
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Best Place : We went on a guided boat trip along the coast and the skipper took us practically right to the doorstep of these caves. We didn't go in, as it didn't seem open at the time. Plus it wasn't part of the excursion. From what we could see, it would have been an amazing place to visit properly.

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Area Archeologica del Monte Tiscali Full review
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Wonderful Views : Amazing place. The hike for going to this point is medium level. And need 1h30. Attention because on one point the track turn left at the first viewpoint. 5 euros for visiting the site. Still an interesting climb and site.
Tiscali Village is an archaeological site situated in Sardinia, in the comune of Dorgali. It is sit… [..]

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Scogliere di Capo Falcone Full review
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Great Place : The sight is enough to not think about food. La Pelosa, the Piana island, the Asinara ... fantastic both day and night. Returning to eating, we only got pizza and it was nothing special. Fast and polite service. Several interesting set menus at a good price.

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Old Town -Santu Lussurgiu Full review
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Memorable Place : A great little boutique b&b / hotel right in the heart of old town Cagliari. The owner was incredibly friendly and helpful and made us feel very welcome. The room was beautifully furnished and had everything we needed. It is also had the best breakfast selection we encountered while in Sardinia. Highly recommended!

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Piazza Eleonora Full review
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History and architecture : This lovely little square boosts quite a number of place that makes it an absolute must see (apart from the people and the food). It contains the Baroque chapels, complete with stones. Also be sure to visit the church of San Francesco,which is a stone's throw from the square,

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Basilica di Santa Giusta Full review
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History and Culture: This 12th century basilica is one of the most stunning pieces of Roman architecture in the whole of Italy. The design of the Basillica is one of simplicity. The tower and the exterior are in particular beautiful. The 14 towers inside are each from a different Roman city.
Santa Giusta Cathedral, now a minor basilica is the former cathedral of the abolished Diocese of S… [..]

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Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta Full review
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Favorite Place : The most beautiful Cathedral of Sardinia with its generous spaces. I advise you to visit it with a guide, the structure is strewn with pieces of history that only observed do not express the potential. Wonderful place we recommend to visit Oristano.
Oristano Cathedral , dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, is the Roman Catholic cathedra… [..]

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Museo Archeologico e Storico Artistico "Antiquarium Arborense" Full review
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Nice Place : Very very interesting. To be seen. Staff helpful, kind, quietly takes the place of an info point. Do not lose it. Even the tower, as long as it is there, is to be visited. A must visit if you are in Italy.

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Palazzo della Direzione Full review
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Highly Recommended : Interesting building. You will drive through its gate but it is really worth to stop and give it closer look. Nearby you will find a small parking. Sadly it is not possible to go inside. Looks a little bit neglected which is disappointing.

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Museum of Sardinian Knive Full review
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Not So Bad : We were there on a rainy afternoon, I recommend it to those who wish to take a walk to Arbus, otherwise a village poor in activity. Admission is free and the guy who showed us the numerous knives in the collection is very kind. You can also watch a video showing how knives are handcrafted.

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Miniera di Montevecchio Full review
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Nice Visit : If you want to see the industrial history of the island you should not miss this place. This old mining place is now silent but you will feel the rush history. I highly recommend to check opening hours on their web and be there eatrly after the opening. I guess that they run one tour in the morning and one in the afternoon.

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Caprera Full review
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A Must Visit : Beautiful island once belonged to Giuseppe Garibaldi who was the military leader of the Thousand and lead the military expedition that unified the kingdom of Italy under the rule of Savoia. Offers really beautiful beaches and some not so crowded places where you can enjoy the nature in peace al alone.
Caprera is an island in the Maddalena archipelago off the coast of Sardinia, Italy. In the area of … [..]

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Compendio Garibaldino di Caprera (Museo Nazionale di Giuseppe Garibaldi) Full review
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Nice Visit : Compendium Garibaldino di Caprera: those who visit the Magdalene, cannot miss this visit, you can get there by public transport from the port, a ticket made on board € 1.50 each way. After buying the entry ticket (€ 7 adults - € 3.50 from 18 to 25 years - free before the age of 18).

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Nuraghe di Barumini Full review
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Can't Ask For More : The entrance is not expensive and there is a choice of English and Italian guides. the place itself is mysterious and beautiful. We got some alone time to walk around the tunnels and to simply look around. However, you must follow the provided trail and you are not allowed to walk through the ruins outside by yourself.
Su Nuraxi is a nuragic archaeological site in Barumini, Sardinia, Italy. It was included in the UNE… [..]

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Museum of Launeddas Full review
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Must Visit : The museum, which is situated on a dolmen, is small but rich in finds of nuragic. The guide explained a lot and with great passion. You enter with the same ticket of the Barumini Nuraghe. New, clear, clean, good explanations, new technologies.

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La Cattedrale di Sant'Antonio Abate Full review
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Stunning View and Beautiful Interior: It is located in Castelsardo which is considered to be one of the most picturesque villages in northern Sardinia. Overlooking the Mediterranean sea, the view from the church is simply breathtaking. The interior is so interesting and peaceful that it calms the eyes and mind alike.
Castelsardo Cathedral is a cathedral in Castelsardo, northern Sardinia, Italy, dedicated to Saint … [..]

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Museo Archeologico "Ferruccio Barreca" Full review
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Amazing archaeological museum exploration: If you love archaeology and history, love learning more about it., then this is a must visit location during your travel. There's a little souvenir shop nearby if you would like to take the memory back home. We spent a few hours taking an audio tour of the museum and thoroughly enjoyed it!

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Tophet Full review
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Great Place : This cemetery of Punic children dating from over 2,000 years is a reminder of the barbarism of ancient times when child sacrifices were part of religious rituals. Not much by way of interpretation though the custodian offered to take us round.

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Parrocchia S. Antioco Full review
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Soothing Place : Drive yourself in the past, this is an old church with lots oh history, especially underneath the church, in its "Catacombe" that you can visit for just 5€ with a guide who will tell a bit about it. After you vistit it you can walk to the nearby archeological site, it's just minutes away from here and it's really interesting.

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Basilica of San Gavino Full review
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Stepping back in time into the history: We took a short, pleasant walk up from the harbour to the Cathedral and it was almost like stepping back into the history. This beautiful church is a Roman Basilica from the 11th Century. Known to be an iconic landmark, this cathedral is an architectural wonder and a visit to this divine place is a must.
The Basilica di San Gavino is a proto-Romanesque church in Porto Torres, Sardinia, Italy. A former… [..]

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Old Town -Iglesias Full review
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Excellent Experience : Old Town Italy is nice and different from pur conventional restaurants. Their cuisine is distinctly Mediterranean and marks a break from what we're used to. Their staff 'almost all African provides exceptional service. Completely enjoyable experience. A great place indeed.

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Cattedrale di Santa Chiara Full review
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Great Visiting Place : To visit because it is simply sober and beautiful. Help with prayer and meditation. Although the Middle Ages was not a particularly happy historical period, the cathedral keeps the atmosphere intact. Next to the altar is a wooden homage to Sant'Antioco which alone is worth the visit. Iglesias and all to visit and learn .... and to religious sentiment we can add a Viva Santa Chiara!

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Saint Maria of Regno Full review
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Super Cool : In Ardara, a wonderful church (especially the interior) that deserves to be seen! Important and well-preserved retable. It is located in a quiet country village with easy parking in the immediate vicinity. A great place indeed, highly recommended. One of the best.

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Saint Antioco of Bisarcio Full review
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History: Saint Antioco of Bisarcio stands like a mighty giant overlooking the vast country side. The size of the Basilica is truly amazing and awe-inspiring. The castle boosts a rich history and showcases an impressive architecture and design. Definitely worth a visit. A tip: Roam the country side.
The Basilica di Sant'Antioco of Bisarcio is a countryside church near Chilivani, a frazione of Ozie… [..]

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Parco Archeologico Naturalistico di Santa Cristina Full review
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A Must See : This is one of the best archeological sites in Europe. If there weren't so many Nuraghe on the island I'm sure that this would get far more attention. It's wonderful because it's so unspoiled. Spend a couple of hours soaking up the atmosphere.

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Nuraghe Losa Full review
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Beautiful Place : Great place to visit. The history of these Nuraghe are fascinating. I highly recommend. A guide if you can get one. They add a ton of context and history to the site. Regardless, the engineering of the things is incredible. Such large structures with no mortar.
The nuraghe Losa is a complex prehistoric building in the shape of a tholos tomb. Its central stru… [..]

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SS Trinità di Saccargia Full review
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Exciting Place : If you plan on entering please be aware that they charge a €3 entrance fee and you must be dressed modestly. I was wearing shorts and a tank top so I explored the outside grounds while my friend looked around inside. No photos were allowed inside but he said that I didn't miss much by not going inside.
The Basilica della Santissima Trinità di Saccargia is a church in the comune of Codrongianos, nort… [..]

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Museo Etnografico "Antico Mulino ad Acqua Licheri" Full review
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Must See : Rich and precise collection of objects from the past, donated by proud inhabitants of Fluminimaggiore. The mill was working, temporarily resting due to a recent flood. The young but passionate guide ALESSANDRA is our guide, patient and willing to respond to our pressing questions. Considering the ridiculous cost of the ticket (€ 5 combined at the temple of Antasa), do not miss it !!!

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Temple of Antas Full review
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History, Culture and Nature: The temple of Antas is a wondrous location. Located in the heart of nature in southern Sardinia, Italy. It is an ancient Carthaginian-Roman temple and it displays nearly three centuries worth of history. The landscape around the temple are stunning and they make for a literal photographer's paradise.
The Temple of Antas is an ancient Carthaginian-Roman temple in the commune of Fluminimaggiore, sout… [..]

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Fountain of the Rosello Full review
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Away from the city, a fountain with a history: Iconic fountain from the 1600s that is located in the outskirts of the old town. We had to take a detour from the city to get to the location and it was a steep walk up to the fountain. A great example which is another fine piece of architecture like many other buildings here. This fountain is known to be the symbol of Sassari and is well maintained. Worth a visit.
The Fountain of the Rosello is a fountain in Sassari, Sardinia, Italy, considered the symbol of the… [..]

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San Pietro in Silki Full review
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Splendid Views : It is one of the most beloved places of worship from Sassari in addition to being one of the oldest monumental buildings of Sassari It's beautiful! And Our Lady of Grace helps you to overcome the many difficulties of life.

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MUS'A Museo Sassari Arte Full review
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Beautiful Place : The historic building of the "Convitto Canopoleno" in Piazza Santa Caterina, now home to the Pinacoteca. Archbishop Antonio Canopolo in 1611 had an important legacy for the construction of a building that could host a Seminary-College to face the education of young Sardinians.

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Palazzo Ducale Full review
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Wonderful Experience : This place is very beautiful first off. If you do a tour which is highly recommended you'll learn and see eye for eye perspective of this area which has so much history. When I say this area has everything it has everything.

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Chiesa del Rosario Full review
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Simply Beautiful : Simple interior with narrow nave and cross vaults - decorations and writing on the triumphal arch. Baroque altar. Late-historicalist exterior with an older portal. Sail-shaped bell tower - It is identified, on the course, with the double-sided 19th-century clock.

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Castello Malaspina Full review
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Great Place : I can't vouch for the B&B, but the place is fantastic. Out of the chaos, it's relaxing, with a beautiful view and a medieval atmosphere. Check the visiting hours to make sure you can also visit the indoors. Highly recommended.

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Sa Costa District Full review
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Amazing Tour : Last month, we enjoyed a short getaway to San Jose'. Carlos Chacon (Colin) with Explorica S.A. was our driver from the airport to our hotel. We arrived quite late in the evening, and after spending a length of time going through immigration and customs, we were anxious to get to our quarters and rest. Colin was wonderful.

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Sas Conzas District Full review
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Amazing Place : If you are in Italy, then you must visit Sas Conzas District. There are a lot of places to stay near this place like Corte Fiorita Albergo Diffuso, Hotel Palazzo Sa Pischedda, and B&B Il Corso 41 Openhouse. A great place for lengthy visit.

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Corso Vittorio Emanuele II Full review
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Amazing Shopping Place: It's one of the best places to go shopping in Europe. It is abounding with nice shops at quite reasonable prices than Galleria which is very upscale. The shopping street is full of life. There are also cafes here if you feel hungry. The shopping avenue is near the Duomo which is also worth a visit.,

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Saint Pietro Church Full review
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Wonderful Place : Once you walk into the large plaza, you'll be able to take in the breathtaking view of the cathedral. Though the dome can be seen from many parts of the city, seeing it up close has a different effect. I highly recommend taking the time to walk inside. Be advised it is a sacred area, and a strict dress code is enforced.

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Ortobene Full review
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Adventure Photography: Ortobene is a majestic mountain located in the province of Nuoro. This is not a place for the faint of heart, to even think about seeing the sweeping landscape, nature in ecstatic motion you need to be slightly daring. Just bring a camera along to capture the moments
Mount Ortobene is a mountain in the province of Nuoro, in central Sardinia, Italy, close to the to… [..]

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Gola di Gorropu Full review
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Daring Walk: A walk for the slightly more adventurous and daring persons. It comes with a few risk but the sights that you will see druing the walk and afterwards make this worth it. The walk is 4km long and is quite tiring, so be sure that you are up for it.

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Sorgente Su Gologone Full review
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Wonderful Display of Nature: The water coming out of the limestone cliffs is stunningly beautiful. The reflections of the cliffs in the sunshine turn the scene into a fascinating display of nature. Do walk alongside the river to soak up the tranquil vibe of the place. There is also a cafe to enjoy the food.

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Museo Etnografico Sardo Full review
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Brilliant Place : The old building of the city government is now home periodically for art exhibitions of art, the last in order of time the exhibition Eurasia. Used until the early 1900s as the seat of the City Council, the building is elegant, with the main entrance of the palace square.
The Sardinian Ethnographic Museum , is an ethnographic museum in Nuoro, Sardinia. Its goal is to di… [..]

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Museo della Tonnara Full review
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A Must Visit : A splendid museum, very interactive and multimedia, it tells a complete, precise and detailed historical reality of Stintino (and not only). Very funny and curious to live the museum from both figures in the tonnara ... 😉 .... certainly to see one evening in the beautiful setting of Stintino!

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Via Roma Full review
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Memorable Place : Amazing!! I am so happy this place finally opened! We tried their Margherita Pizza because if you can't do that, you don't deserve to be open; this place did not disappoint! The pizza sauce was so flavorful, and the crust was everything wood-fired pizza should be.

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Monte Sirai Full review
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History and Culture: Monte Sirai is an archaeological site. The walk between the Phoenician and Punic ruins of the excavations is a very pleasant experience and is a rich lesson in history (provided you are with a guide). The underground rooms, Astarte, the Tofet, the Skylight of Talco, are definitely can't miss.
Monte Sirai is an archaeological site near Carbonia, in the province of South Sardinia, Sardinia, I… [..]

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Museo Archeologico Villa Sulcis Full review
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History : Museo Archeologico Villa Sulcis is a small museum boosting a rich collection. The museum is brilliantly maintained and showcases a wide array of historical artifacts and stunning architectures.The cemetery of the stillborns ( a trademark of the Nuraghic civilisation) and Tophet are a must see.

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Museo dei Palaeoambienti Sulcitani E. A. Martel Full review
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Captivating Museum: Guided by the excellent guide, the visit became quite exciting and intriguing. Exploring the geological history of this part of Italy was a fantastic experience. Particularly fascinating is the full-scale re-creation of tyrannosaurus rex skeleton. Highly recommended for families with children and students of geology and Palaeontology.

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Chiesa romanica di San Leonardo Full review
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Soothing Place : I've been here many times. In summer it can be crowded at weekends, but a lovely place to sit in the shade and have a picnic. Italians / Sardinians do this in style. Good bars and restaurants too. Water everywhere - for free - bring bottles.

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Centro Di Cultura Popolare U.N.L.A. Full review
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Truly Amazing : Experience beautiful, I saw this grow slowly Museum, when we Santulussurgiu, we could all work tools of our grandparents, while the founder Francesco Antonio Salis (for us on Mastru Salis) cataloged and divided into sectors all objects, now you can visit, and divided into the room, that agriculture, herding, of weaving, housewives, craft from the processing of iron in the wood leather.

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Chiesa di San Giovanni di Sinis Full review
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Truly Amazing : Wonderful little church. Built on an area formerly used as a Punic and then a Christian necropolis, it is one of the oldest in Sardinia. Dedicated to St. John the Baptist, it is built of sandstone blocks, presumably coming from the walls of the ancient Punic town of Tharros, not far away.

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Piazza Palazzo Full review
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A must if you plan a trip to Florence! : Located in one of the best areas to visit the city. Amazing views from the wonderful terrace and spotless cleaning are the two things that come to mind if I think about my stay at Palazzo Guadagni. Hopefully will find some time to come back soon!

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Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Cagliari Full review
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Splendid Views : A must when you visit Cagliari. Greatly improved with the new english info about shown items. Only negative side: Personel selling the tickets can learn to be kind or find a job not dealing with customer and they should learn to speak english.
The Museo archeologico nazionale is a museum in Cagliari, southern Sardinia, Italy. The museum hou… [..]

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Cagliari Cathedral Full review
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Time Well Spent : “A must be” while you in Cagliari. Great experience, but do some research or get some info as this place got some serious history and if u go there unprepared u will miss a lot. There is also a great piazza opposite the cathedral with really authentic old itallian atmosphere👌👌 Perfect for glass of Vermentino.
Cagliari Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy, dedicated to the Vi… [..]

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Giara di Gesturi Full review
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Amazing Place : Amazing place only an hour away from Cagliari.. For modern tourists it will feel like a time-travel, and if you’re afraid of mosquitoes or don’t like to sweat, stay away in the summer. For those who like nature and authentic people, a must-do.
The Giara di Gesturi, Sardinian: Sa Jara Manna, is a high and steep-sided basaltic plateau which ex… [..]

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Chiesa di Nostra Signora di Tergu Full review
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History and Religion: Chiesa di Nostra Signora di Tergu is a little church which might ordinarily be missed. The church is perfectly preserve and is still used today. Besides the church you can still see the remains of some remains of buildings from the 15th century.

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Santa Maria Church Full review
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Must See : This Basilica's just beautiful! Don't expect to have as many things as in St Peters Basilica, this one is much lighter in details, the marvelous painted crystals are amazing, additionally all the history behind it's just very interesting, I totally recommend you to at least pay for the audioguide, it's around 5€ and they are worth it.

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Chiesa di S. Pietro delle Immagini Full review
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Nice Place : Small Romanesque church without lost bell tower in the Bulzi countryside. The ticket price includes an excellent guided tour! The wooden group of the deposition of Christ is now in the parish church of the village (Bulzi). Here you can see a very simple reproduction.

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Museo dell'Intreccio Mediterraneo Full review
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Insight into the Culture of Castelsardo: The museum is located inside the castle and is a fascinating display of the culture of Castelsardo. The baskets, traps, and mats crafted by the local women give an insight into the culture of the yore. The exhibition of Cano Painter is particularly stunning. The terrace offers a panoramic spectacle of the surroundings.

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Museo Etnografico Full review
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Worth A Visit : This museum dates to 1866, when a father and his 14-year old son classified and publicly displayed the artefacts and fossils they collected on excursions. The museum is relatively small and contained on two floors of a building that possible has about 4,000 to 6,000 square feet of material on display.

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Museo Civico Casa del Duca Full review
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Nice Architecture : Not really open to the public, but you can look from the street and feel what life must have been like here in the 1930's and '40's. The architecture was supposed to symbolize modern, rational, functional thought. All the offices face an open interior courtyard and have large windows and balconies.

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Fertilia Full review
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Great Visit : If you are in Italy, then you must visit Fertilia. There are a lot of things to do here like Spiaggia di Maria Pia, Le Ragnatele, Azienda Agricola Leda' d'Ittiri, Spiaggia Delle Bombarde, Dolphin & Whale Watching, and Nuraghe di Palmavera.

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Anghelu Ruju Necropolis Full review
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Archaeology: Anghelu Ruju Necropolis is an archaeological site that is sure to appeal to any history buff. It is not for anyone but for some one looking to explore the history of pre-Nuragic Sardinia, this place is a must visit. Just be sure to listen to the guide.
The necropolis of Anghelu Ruju is an archaeological site located in the town of Alghero, Province o… [..]

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Museo Civico Giovanni Patroni Full review
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archaeology and history.: A great place to visit for the archaeology buffs, but certainly not for everyone. The museum is small and a bit unremarkable, but houses some spectacular artifacts. The ceramics section is particularly amazing. It houses some pictures of the evacuation which are also fairly intresting.

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Panorama dalla Torre di Abbacurrente Full review
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Can't Ask For More : The tower of "Abbacurrente" dates back to 1500 and is located on the coastal road to Platamona. Its storage conditions are not good due to the erosion of the sandstone it is made of. The tower was built to sight ships arriving on the island.

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Cimitero di Iglesias Full review
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History and Art: Cimitero di Iglesias is a cemetery that is anything but dead. The cemetery houses a multitude of statues who boost a rich history( which you can discover with the help of a guide book). The cemetery's main claim to fame are some pieces by the famous artist Giuseppe Sartorio.

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Nebida Full review
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A scenic coastal town with lots of things to do: This was once a great mining village that has reformed itself into a coastal resort town. Turquoise waters, warm sea breezes and amazing views are some of the reasons why Nebida crawled into our must-visit list. There are plenty of things to do and places to visit within the destination, so a day tour might not do justice.

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Museo delle macchine da miniera Full review
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History and Nature: Museo delle macchine da miniera is a museum just like another. It house a rich collection of Roman history, art, culture and tradition but makes the Museo delle macchine da miniera stand is the serenic view all around the museum.

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Piazza Quintino Sella Full review
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Statue: Piazza Quintino Sella is perhaps most famous for the statue of Quintino Sella. It also had a number of benches and other small places to eat, but the statue was simply stunning and detailed. Definitely worth a visit if you are nearby.

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Museo dell'Arte Mineraria Full review
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Nice Experience : Place of culture and mining history, of men, of eras, of studies, of experiential educational applications. One morning very well spent at a low cost. 5 euros are more than adequate to the considerable amount of materials and the passion and ability to explain guides, volunteers, also available to open for one person on reservation.

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Miniera Monteponi Full review
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Good Experience : Monteponi was born as a mining village after 1850, when the mining area was granted by the state to a private company. At that time, roads were constructed, housing for miners and commercial spaces necessary for the life of the community, the "Bellavista" building (built in 1865-66) in a dominating position on the valley and surrounded by trees, the headquarters of the Mine and housing managers, …

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Monte Armidda Full review
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Exciting Place : Beautiful experience with the guys from the observatory! It is open for the public Mondays and Fridays with prior reservation. If you are not speaking Italian, ask for the english guide. Worth a visit if you are around. Highly recommended.

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Ulassai Full review
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Amazing Place : Location is unbeatable, sunrise to die for, spacious & stylish modern accommodation - spotlessly clean. Laura is a very welcoming and charming host, she lives next door, and makes you a super breakfast with home made cake, warm brioche, cereals, fruits, juices, yoghurts, cafe etc..
Ulassai, Ulassa in sardinian language, is a comune in the Province of Nuoro in the Italian region … [..]

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Area archeologica Bosco Selèni Full review
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Truly Amazing : We had a very exciting and entertaining information tour, guided personally by the "Yeti of d'Ogliastra". Thank you very much for the exceptional tour Francesco. We did not just make a trip to Bosco Seleni, this was a journey through the history of the island.

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San Pietro di Sorres Full review
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Nice Place : Benedictine monastery with 8 monks in operation. Church in the Pisan black bands on a white background. Entrance only church 4 euros and with museum 6 euros. Somehow, then came a leader and wanted to show us on bending and breaking something. Apse from outside and view of the surrounding area. Not very understandable. Church as a building remains in good memory.
San Pietro di Sorres is a former cathedral church , now a Benedictine monastery, in Borutta, a vill… [..]

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Ozieri Full review
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Well Maintained : The accommodation is located on the ground floor of a house located in a very nice and quiet area about 1 km from the center.The accommodation has 2 bedrooms, kitchen, living room and bathroom. All rooms are large, clean, very well maintained and very comfortable. The owners are friendly and helpful. It is absolutely worth trying
Ozieri is a town and comune of approximatively 11,000 inhabitants in the province of Sassari, nort… [..]

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Mount Limbara Full review
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Can't Ask For More : The name of the massif could derive from the name of Limes Balares (border of Balari), given to the Roman area, as it constituted the border (Limes Roman) internal to Sardinia between the region inhabited north by Corsi (Gallura) and inhabited by Balari (Monteacuto and the eastern part of Logudoro).
Mount Limbara is a rocky granitic massif in north-eastern Sardinia, Italy. It is located in the ge… [..]

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Aggius Full review
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Beautiful Views : the prettiest town in the interior Sardinia. Little town near the see only 24 km. You can see the museum of ancient tradition, the illuminated rocks in the evening, very suggestive and quaint village with granite houses. The panoramic view of the Moon Valley.
Aggius is a comune in the Province of Sassari in the Italian region Sardinia, located about 190 k… [..]

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Valle della Luna Full review
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Must Visit : Quite an adventure, but worth the walk. The paths can be quite difficult to navigate, but I could rely on Google maps to see the main attractions. The hippies might mock you if you refuse to buy any of their products. I suggest you ignore that.

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Giants' grave of Coddu Vecchiu Full review
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History : A monstrously, stunning site with plenty of history. The repair work isn't great, but the front stone is especially spectacular to look at . There is a vineyard close by which is worth a look, but apart from that, nothing special.
Coddu Vecchiu is a Nuragic funerary monument located near Arzachena in northern Sardinia, dating fr… [..]

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Ghilarza Full review
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Cool Place : A welcome retreat from the blazing sun. We both ordered the ravioli stuffed with violet potato and mixed with codfish. So simple yet so tasty! It was perfect just the right size portion. I had to mop up the lovely sauce with the bread, the plate appeared clean after I had finished.
Ghilarza is a comune in the Province of Oristano in the Italian region Sardinia, located about 10… [..]

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Via Mandrolisai Full review
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Unforgettable : The mandrolisai is a territory with a strong wine-growing vocation, perfectly represented by the Cantina del mandrolisai. It is palpable the passion that the technicians put to transform the grapes into an enveloping wine full of body. The Cellar is simple enough but do not be fooled by appearances, the wine they produce is truly exceptional.

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Gli Affreschi Full review
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Recommended : The hotel is located entirely well outside Verona and hard to reach without a car. There is nothing up there in the winter: no groceries, no restaurants open on the evening we stayed, no coffee shops, etc. Great place indeed.

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Grotte di Su Mannau Full review
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Informative Place : if you like industrial archeology this is a place you cannot miss. the ticket office is in the upper part of the hill. the tours start at 10am in the morning and you can split the visit in 4 parts, the director's palace, the house of miners, the extractor machine and the laboratories.

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