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San Pietro Island - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

San Pietro Island (Italian: Isola di San Pietro) is an island approximately 7 kilometres (4 miles) off the South western Coast of Sardinia, Italy, facing the Sulcis peninsula. With 51 square kilometres (19.7 sq mi) it is the sixth largest island of Italy by area.

Torre di San Pancrazio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The tower was built in 1305, during the Pisan domination of the city, by the Sardinian architect Giovanni Capula, who designed also the Torre dell'Elefante two years later, as well as the Torre dell'Aquila, partly destroyed in the 18th century and now incorporated in Palazzo Boyl.

Sant'Antioco

Sant'Antioco ( Sardinian: Santu Antiogu) is the name of both an island and a municipality () in southwestern Sardinia, in the Province of Carbonia-Iglesias, in Sulcis zone. With a population of 11,730, the municipality of Sant'Antioco it is the island's largest community. It is also the site of ancient Sulci, considered the second city of Sardinia in antiquity.

Torre dell'Elefante - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The tower was built in 1307, during the Pisan domination of the city, by the Sardinian architect Giovanni Capula, who had also designed the Torre di San Pancrazio two years earlier, as well as the Torre dell'Aquila, partly destroyed in the 18th century and now incorporated in Palazzo Boyl.

Chiesa di Santa Restituta

Santa Restituta è un luogo di culto cattolico della città di Cagliari. Si trova nel quartiere Stampace, salendo lungo la stretta via Sant'Efisio, che costeggia il fianco sinistro della parrocchiale di Sant'Anna.

Museo archeologico nazionale (Cagliari)

The Museo archeologico nazionale (Italian: "National Archaeological Museum") is a museum in Cagliari, southern Sardinia, Italy. The museum houses findings from the pre-Nuragic and Nuragic age to the Byzantine age. These include a large collection of prehistoric bronze statuettes from the Nuragic age, some earlier stone statuettes of female divinities, reconstruction of a Phoenician settlement, the Nora Stone, Carthaginian goldsmith examples, Roman and Italic ceramics and Byzantine jewels.

Golfo degli Angeli - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Golfo degli Angeli (English: Gulf of the Angels), also known as Golfo di Cagliari (English: Gulf of Cagliari) is a large bay in southern Sardinia, Italy, facing the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is enclosed between the Cape Carbonara from east and the Isola dei Cavoli and Capo Spartivento from west.

Poetto - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Poetto is Cagliari's main beach. It stretches for about eight kilometers, from Sella del Diavolo (the Devil's Saddle) up to the coastline of Quartu Sant'Elena. Poetto is also the name of the district located on the western stretch of the strip between the beach and Saline di Molentargius (Molentargius's Salt Mine).

Orto botanico di Cagliari

L' orto botanico di Cagliari, appartenente all' Università di Cagliari, è situato in via Sant'Ignazio da Laconi. Il primo tentativo di creazione di un orto botanico a Cagliari risale all'impianto realizzato tra il 1752 ed il 1769 in un quartiere ad est del capoluogo sardo, Su Campu de Su Rei (in italiano il "campo del Re") nell'attuale quartiere Villanova, in un luogo che successivamente aveva mantenuto a lungo la denominazione di "Sa Butanica" (la botanica).

Chiesa di San Sepolcro (Cagliari)

Santo Sepolcro è una chiesa monumentale di Cagliari. Sorge in piazza del Santo Sepolcro, nel quartiere Marina, vicino alla chiesa di Sant'Antonio e all'annesso complesso dell'ex ospedale. La fondazione del tempio, secondo il Triumpho de los Santos del Reyno de Cerdeña ( 1635) di Dionigi Bonfant, sarebbe da attribuire ai Cavalieri Templari, che l'avrebbero edificata come cappella del loro monastero .

Teatro Lirico (Cagliari) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Teatro Lirico di Cagliari has received some important national prizes, in particular the Premio Franco Abbiati in 2001 for its innovatory programme. The prize was also assigned in 2000 and 2005 for Lucia di Lammermoor and respectively. Conductor Carlos Kleiber gave his last concert here in February 1999.