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Anfiteatro Romano di Cagliari, Cagliari
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  • Unfortunately the theatre still in renovation. It is not clear from the outside when it's ready. Mid-september 2016 was the square and streets in the immediate area what rag-blanket and expired.
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  • If you were well preserved it would be a great Amphitheater, so it can be seen from afar. I saw earlier opinions by saying that it was very abandoned, we could not enter because there was a crane and machinery work, in what looks like that are reshaping it. I hope so, because for me to see it fixed would have been one of the best tours of Sardinia.
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  • Unfortunately, the amphitheatre in the scaffolding for restoration, but the view of the left is very beautiful. The catacombs is still visible, and actually pretty well-preserved.
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  • Actually closed for necessary maintenance work and compliance updates. It will be re-opened in September 2017.
  • Besides imagine you can primarily see a construction area, even in September 2016. Not with a visit or detour.
  • We have a very informative guided tour. It is sad that this old Roman amphitheater has suffered a lot of damage and abuse. The old glory can only be imaged.
  • One eternal perhaps undervalued first concerts were made inside. Thus continuing the function of amphitheatre seen as Center for shows and much more. Currently there are renovations going on. Expect updates to find out the next time. (Mayor, moved)
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  • Nice and scenic, shame they have desecrated with bleachers for concerts, I hope they clear themselves and open to visits, ugliest are always other cities well amphitheaters crammed with tourists
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