It would takes two whole days to visit all the churches of Cagliari, starting from the Basilica di San Saturnino (VI century A.D.), example of early Christian building, reconstructed in the XI century. After many years of refurbishes, it was opened again in 2004 either for celebrations and cultural events.
The Aragonese rule (until the half of the XV century) has influences the style of the original construction of the church of San Giorgio, in Siliqua. The parochial preserves some parts of the original Gothic-Catalan structure such as four chapels. Tratalìas keeps one of the most beautiful cathedral of Sardinia: it is the Romanesque-Pisan church dedicated to Santa Maria di Monserrato, constructed with blocks of clear trachyte at the beginning of the…
The ex-Cathedral of San Pietro, in Galtellì, was built in the XII century and was bishop’s seat until the 1495, before that the population was mown down by the malaria and exposed to the continuous barbaric assaults.