Category Archaeology

  • The Basilica of San Saturnio was first mentioned around 600 AD and was restored in 1484. It is difficult to visit inside, but not impossible. In any case, we have pictures.

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  • The amazing Roman thermal baths of Fordongianus live on because they have been in constant use for 2000 years.

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  • Tharros is an ancient Phoenician-Roman Port on the Sinis Penninsula of Sardinia near Cabras. On a fine spring day the iconic Corinthian columns of Tharros seem to hold up the sky to keep it from falling upon the shimmering waters of the Mediterranean.

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  • Get off the SS131, have a coffee or a whole meal, and see thousands of years of Sardinian history unfold before your eyes. Visit the Sacred Well of Santa Cristina, a Bronze Age nuraghe, a Romanesque Church, and pilgrim houses built in the 1700s.

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