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Discover 19 places to see in Sassari

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Palazzo Ducale

Today it is the seat of the municipal administration.

The building was built in the period between 1775 and 1805 by Lombard craftsmen.


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St. Nicholas Cathedral

Commonly called the Cathedral dates back to the 12th century.
But the most striking element is the main façade of the temple, in Baroque style, with its triumph of decorations. The façade is divided into three levels: the first opens a portico with three arches, the second three ornate niches House the statues of three Saints Martyrs, in the third and last open the niche with a statue of Saint Nicholas. Closes a façade sculpture of God, at the apex of the pediment.


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Italy square

Square in Italy is the most important square of the city of Sassari. Is located on the edge of the medieval town centre, just outside the city walls. The square, considered the city lounge was built starting in 1872. The square overlooking the scenic elevation of Palazzo della Provincia, the seat of the province of Sassari, erected in the late 19th century in neoclassical style. Also the Jordanian Palace in neo-Gothic style. At the center of the square stands the monument to Vittorio Emanuele II, Piedmont opera Giuseppe Sartorio, opened in 1900, a date which marks the end of the square.

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Aragonese Castle

The castle of Sassari originated in the 14th century, circa 1330 at the time of the two rebellions of Sassari the aragonese Crown, and during the various dominations was used for several purposes.

In the era of Spanish rule was used as the headquarters of the armed command of the Governor of the city. From 1563 was the only seat of the Inquisition in Sardinia and Savoy era was used as a barracks of the Italian Army until 1877, the year of partial demolition. In the Castle were locked up prisoners and executed death sentences. The prison of the manor was mainly ecclesiastical and aristocratic.


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Rosello fountain

It's an historic architecture of Sassari, often identified as a symbol of the city; It is located in the Centre of the Rosello Valley, dominated by the Fascist period Rosello bridge, and always walking district of Monte Rosello.


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CITY PALACE MUSEUM

The city offers an exhibition divided into two sections: the West Wing and the East Wing, accessible from Corso Vittorio Emanuele II and Via Sebastiano Satta.
The West Wing ground floor houses the "memory and identity", that offers an immediate representation of places of memory and identity, and the "room shape and image", which offers the graphical representation of the urban core within the walls and a collection of photographic images eight-twentieth century.
From the first floor through the monumental staircase, you enter the boardrooms, among which the room of "Intregu". Here is the tribut


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Palazzo Giordano

The palazzo Giordano Apostles is a building located in the central piazza Sassari of Italy, "vestibule of the new bourgeois town". It is the headquarters of Banca Intesa Sanpaolo.

It was built in 1878 on behalf of Senator Joseph Giordano Apostles, founder of the daily Sardinia, designed by the engineer Giuseppe Pasquali, died before the completion of the work, which was replaced by the architect Luigi Faith who took care of all the details (flooring, stairs, doors, railings, balconies, lobby, etc.) and the decorations. The building, which falls into the category of neo-Gothic style called "ro


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Pinacoteca Mus al Canopoleno

The museum opened to the public in 2008 in the former Jesuit College of the Canopoleno, an historical building in the centre of Sassari built by the archbishop of Oristano Antonio Canopolo between the end of the 16th and the beginning of the 17th century. Acquired by the State in the first half of the 19th century, the building was restored in the 90s of the 20th century to hold the valuable state artistic patrimony received through donations and bequests. The Pinacoteca shows the art collections Sanna and Tomè (this last previously kept in the storehouses of the National Archaeological Museum


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