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Chiesa di San Sepolcro, Cagliari

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  • There are many interesting things to see in this old church: the nave, the big side chapel, which is almost like a nave in itself, the crypt and, only as a guided visit, some Paleo-Christian ruins in ...  more »
  • This old church was very interesting in its own right but was further enhanced by a fine collection of icons and other orthodox paraphenalia. Like all old churches, you can spend ages there if you hav...  more »
  • Chiesa di San Sepolcro is a Impressive and interesting church, right at the hostoric centre of Cagliari. Do not miss it!  more »
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  • Worth visiting. You have news of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the 14th century, during which time he had probably also a cemetery. Inside you will find the Chapel of the Pietà, built in 1686 by the viceroy Lopez de Ayala as thanks for the miraculous healing of the daughter. The chapel houses a wooden statue of the Virgin of Mercy which, according to tradition, was discovered by accident by a child in 1606. In the course of the restoration work of the 1990s was discovered the ancient sepulchral crypt, consisting of three rooms. On the time of the first death is painted, depicted as a skeleton wearing a Crown and mantle, and holding a scythe on which is written: NEMINI PARK (not saving anyone).
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  • Cagliari? A city that never fails to impress. Church with altars from various periods, one, the principal, in neo-classical style but with a cross vault of 500 ' while the side one is of wonderful workmanship Orthodox community today for the Baroque cult of Eastern Europe. Don't miss the part under. On the one hand, probably once used as a limestone quarry, you can see a baptismal pit with seat while across various rooms are a time for burials. You can still watch the gruesome bas-reliefs more an image on the ceiling that represents death. Evocative with something disturbing.
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  • Two steps from the Central via manno, reachable from ladders St Anthony, and clear light on the piazza dettori on which opens, the Church of St sepulchre is one of the most interesting churches in my view of the marina district. According to some sources would be of Templar origin, but other than that, covers an area lived since ancient times, as evidenced by the artifacts found in the sacristy, which can be seen on request. Entered the Church, we are almost immediately in the nave which extends from left to right. In the chancel a nice crucifix dominates the altar. Still bears the marks of the attempted destruction by fire 70 years d operated by an erratic. Sideways a votive chapel with the statue of the Virgin and an inscription c remember the devotion of the viceroy, I pray so much that simulacrum for healing of his daughter, who built the chapel. At the center of the nave, through a trapdoor, s opens a wide, with a fresco depicting hypogean environment death and written nemini Park, nn saving none
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  • A beautiful 17th century Church. Worth noting: the crypt with the effigy of death and the early Christian baptismal font.
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  • A little abandon.
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