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1. Chiesa di San Michele
The monumental complex of San Michele is composed of the Baroque monumental church and the former residence, once a Jesuit novitiate time in the city of Cagliari; Between the Via Azuni and the Via hospital, and is officiated by the Jesuit Fathers. The sacred building, for its architectural lines, for the decorative apparatus and for the sculptural and pictorial works it holds, represents the main testimony of Baroque art and Rococò in Sardinia. Annexed to the church stood the former house of the Jesuit novitiate, since 1848 military hospital, today the military department of forensic medicine.
2. Chiesa di San Lorenzo
The church of San Lorenzo, also named in San Pancrazio and the Madonna del Buon journey, is a medieval church of Cagliari. The small temple is located on the top of the hill in good journey and can be reached by practicing a climb that, from the homonymous avenue, leads to the panoramic clearing where the church promises. In the church the mass is normally officiated on Sunday morning and 10 August, on the occasion of the owner's party. It is part of the parish of the Cathedral of Cagliari.
3. Chiesa di San Francesco d'Assisi
San Francesco d'Assisi is a parish church in Cagliari, Italy, located in Via Piemonte, in the La Vega district. The temple, erected in the second half of the twentieth century, officiated by the Friars Minor Conventual who reside in the nearby convent, is dedicated to the poor man of Assisi, in memory of the thirteenth-century church of the same name in Stampace, demolished in the nineteenth century.
4. Santuario San Salvatore Da Horta
Santa Rosalia is a church in the historic center of Cagliari, located in Via Torino, in the Marina district. The temple, best known for housing the tomb of St. Saviour of Horta, is officiated by the Friars Minor who reside in the adjacent convent. Together with the church of Benetutti, they are the only ones on the island to be dedicated to this saint.
5. Padiglione Nervi
The Sale Pavilion is a building located in Cagliari, designed by engineer Pierluigi Nervi. Built in the fifties, it was intended for the storage of salt of Molentargius before boarding; in fact the building is located by the sea. Currently it is found unused inside the Park of Nervi of Cagliari, managed from the harbour authority.
6. Basilica di Nostra Signora di Bonaria
The Shrine of Our Lady of Bonaria also known as Our Lady of Fair Winds is a Marian title associated with the Blessed Virgin Mary as Star of the Sea and patron of sailboats. In addition, it is first associated with a Roman Catholic shrine to the Blessed Virgin Mary located in Cagliari, Sardinia (Italy).
7. Chiesa di Santa Maria del Monte
Santa Maria del Santo Monte di Pietà, commonly known as Santa Maria del Monte, is a Gothic-Catalan church of the sixteenth century. The monument is located in Cagliari, in Via Corte d'Appello, in the lower part of the Castello.La church is now the seat of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta.
8. Chiesa di San Giacomo
The collegiate church of San Giacomo is a parish church in the historic district of Villanova in Cagliari, Italy. It is located in Piazza San Giacomo, flanked by the façades of the Oratories of the Souls and the Santissimo Crocifisso. St. James is one of the four oldest parishes in the city.
9. Collegiata di Sant'Anna
The collegiate church of Sant'Anna, in Cagliari, is the main parish church of the Presscece district together with the previous Jesuit church dedicated to San Michele. The monumental Tempio, dedicated to Sant'Anna, stands in the lower part of the historic neighborhood, in via Azuni.
10. Oratorio del Santissimo Crocifisso
The oratory of the Most Holy Crucifix or Holy Christ is a church of Cagliari. It is located in Villanova, in the San Giacomo square. It is the seat of the Arciconfraternity of the Most Holy Crucifix, protagonist of numerous rites that take place in the city during the Holy Week.
11. Chiesa di San Giovanni
The church of San Giovanni Battista is located in Cagliari, in via San Giovanni, in the heart of the Villanova district. The small temple is home to the "Arciconfraternity of solitude", activates in the organization of some of the most suggestive rites of the Holy Week.
12. Chiesa Sant'Eulalia
The collegiate church of Sant'Eulalia is the parish church of the Marina district, in the historic center of Cagliari. Located in the center of the district in an elevated position with respect to the surrounding buildings, the church is preceded by a wide staircase.
13. Cappella dell'Istituto San Vincenzo
The chapel of the San Vincenzo de Paoli Institute is a small church in Cagliari incorporated into the institute, founded in the nineteenth century and managed by the Daughters of Charity, located in Viale San Vincenzo, a short distance from the public gardens.
14. Parrocchia Santi Pietro e Paolo
The church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paolo is a Catholic Church of Cagliari, home of the homonymous parish, located in via Is Mirrionis, in the homonymous neighborhood. The parish is part of the vicar of the homonymous of the Archdiocese of Cagliari.
15. Chiesa di Sant'Efisio
The church of Sant'Efisio is a religious building in the city of Cagliari, one of the most important from a religious point of view because it is linked to the cult of the saint most venerated by the people of Cagliari, the martyr Efisio.
16. Chiesa di Nostra Signora del Carmine
Our Lady of Mount Carmel is a parish church in Cagliari, Italy, located in Viale Trieste, in the lower part of Stampace, not far from Piazza del Carmine. The temple is officiated by the Carmelite Fathers who live in the adjacent convent.
17. Chiesa San Lucifero
The church of San Lucifer is a place of worship of Cagliari, home of the parish of the Blessed Virgin of the remedy. The temple stands in via San Lucifer, a short distance from the Basilica of San Saturnino, in the Villanova district.
18. Collezione sarda Luigi Piloni
The Sardinian collection "Luigi Piloni" is a collection of Sardinian works of art and craftsmanship that Luigi Piloni had collected and donated to the University of Cagliari in 1981. It is kept in the University building in Castello.
19. Basilica di Santa Croce
The master's basilica of Santa Croce is a monumental church of Cagliari, originally synagogue of the local Jewish community before the expulsion of 1492. Since 1809 the church belongs to the order of the saints Maurizio and Lazzaro.
20. Chiesa di Santa Lucia
21. Orto Botanico dell'Università degli Studi di Cagliari
The Orto Botanico dell'Università di Cagliari, also known as the Orto Botanico di Cagliari, is a botanical garden operated by the University of Cagliari and located at Viale S. Ignazio da Laconi 9-11, Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy.
22. Chiesa del Santo Sepolcro
The church of the Holy Sepulcro is a place of Catholic worship in Cagliari; it is located in the square of the same name, in the Marina district, near the church of Sant'Antonio and the annexed complex of the former hospital.
23. Chiostro di San Domenico
The cloister of San Domenico is a site of historical and artistic interest of the city of Cagliari. It is located in via XXIV Maggio, in the Villanova district, and is included in the complex of the Dominican convent.
24. Chiesa di San Pietro dei Pescatori
The church of San Pietro dei Pescatori is a medieval religious building located in Cagliari, in the Stampace district. The monument overlooks a small courtyard, accessible from Viale Trieste, bordering the railway.
25. Chiesa di San Mauro
San Mauro is a church in Cagliari, Italy, located in Via San Giovanni, in the Villanova district. The church is officiated by the Franciscans of the Order of Friars Minor, who live in the adjoining convent.
26. Villa di Tigellio
The so-called Villa di Tigellio is a complex of Roman ruins located in the district of Stampace, in Cagliari, which mistakenly takes its name from Tigellio, a musician and poet originally from Caralis.
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