Explore interesting sights in Sassari, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 13 sights are available in Sassari, Italy.Sightseeing Tours in Sassari
1. Domus de Janas di Molafà
The tomb of Molafà is a prehistoric archaeological site located in the municipality of Sassari, in Molafà. It is a domus de janas with an architectural façade, carved into the rock, reminiscent of the central stele and exedra of the tombs of the giants, so much so that it is defined by some as a "tomb of the giants carved into the rock". This type of tomb is typical of some areas of Sassari while it is unknown in the rest of Sardinia, where there are only domus de janas and tombs of the giants of the classical type.
2. Orto Botanico - Università di Sassari
The Orto Botanico dell'Università di Sassari is a new building complex now being constructed for the University of Sassari. It is located between Via Piandanna and SP15m at the western edge of Sassari, Sardinia, Italy, and appears to be a successor to an earlier garden maintained by Regia Università di Sassari circa 1890-1910 Unclear events have accompanied the history of this building complex: and at that time, after 2009, criminal investigations were initiated.
3. Chiesa di San Michele di Murusas
The church of San Michele di Murusas is a place of worship located north-east of the city of Sassari, about a kilometer from the suburban district of Sant'Orsola. The building is the only testimony of the ancient village of Murusas, a settlement mentioned for the first time in the Condaghe of San Pietro di Silki in documents belonging to the second half of the eleventh century.
4. Chiesa di San Pietro di Silki
The church of San Pietro di Silki is one of the oldest Catholic places of worship in Sassari. The church, annexed to the convent of the Franciscan friars, is located in a suburban area, southwest of the historic center, and overlooks a large square accessible from Via delle Croci, a side street of Viale San Pietro. The temple is home to the Gremio dei Massai Agricoltori
5. Cattedrale di San Nicola
Sassari Cathedral is the Roman Catholic cathedral of Sassari, Sardinia, Italy, and is dedicated to Saint Nicholas. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Sassari. It was built in the Romanesque style in the 12th century. The present building also includes Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical elements. Construction was finished in the 18th century.
6. Teatro Civico
The Teatro Civico di Sassari is located in the heart of the city along Corso Vittorio Emanuele II. It is named after Maestro Luigi Canepa. In the area currently occupied by the civic theater stood until 1826 the city palace, overlooking the disappeared Piazza del Comune, in the middle of the plata de Codinas, the central axis of the walled city.
7. Necropoli di Calancoi
The necropolis of Calancoi is an archaeological site located in north-western Sardinia about two kilometers from the city of Sassari of which it is administratively part. The complex is located a few hundred meters from the SS 127 in the stretch that connects Sassari to Osilo, at the height of the first dam of the Bunnari.
8. Santa Caterina
Santa Caterina is a monumental church in Sassari, currently the seat of the university chaplaincy, located in Piazza Santa Caterina, in the historic center. The church of Santa Caterina was the first in Sardinia to be built according to Counter-Reformation liturgical-architectural canons, outlined by the Council of Trent.
9. Museo - Palazzo della Frumentaria
The Frumentaria, or Palazzo della Frumentaria is a historic building in Sassari used as a museum and gallery of contemporary art. Located in the district of San Sisto, on the corner of Via al Rosello and Via delle Muraglie, it represents one of the rare survivals of Sassari civil construction of the sixteenth century.
10. Monte d'Accoddi
Monte d'Accoddi is a Neolithic archaeological site in northern Sardinia, located in the territory of Sassari. The site consists of a massive raised stone platform thought to have been an altar. It was constructed by the Ozieri culture or earlier, with the oldest parts dated to around 4,000–3,650 BC.
11. Museo della Brigata Sassari
The Museum of the Sassari Brigade, located in Sassari in Piazza Castello on the ground floor of the Lamarmora barracks, was built in 1992 to remember the traditions and deeds of the mechanized Brigade "Sassari" especially during the First World War.
12. Museo nazionale Sanna
The National Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum "G. A. Sanna" of Sassari is the main museum institution of central-northern Sardinia. It is named after Giovanni Antonio Sanna, an entrepreneur and politician originally from Sassari.
13. Chiesa di San Giacomo
The church of San Giacomo is a religious building in Sassari located inside a courtyard whose entrance faces Via Decimario, right in front of the cathedral, between the Farina palace, and the Manca di Mores palace, today Peretti.
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