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Santa Trinita di Saccargia, Codrongianos

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  • Even in the winter when this church closed she is worth the detour. Beautifully situated, and an exceptional building, with its large clock tower. Remember that this is also a symbol of an occupier was ... when Pisa, that the large clock tower added. Deserted since the 16th century and the monastery is in ruins, but the Church is beautifully
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  • The place is adjacent to the road that you do from Sassari to go into the Gallura and proceed, you are captivated by this church which ever you'd expect, so ... on the edge of a road. Inside the structure is essential and fascinating collection. Deserves to stop and visit.
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  • Highlights have been constructed using two colors of black and white. Seems to have made some similar to the region, but it is respectable. Into the Interior of the Church is from April 10-summer only, is transmitted simply by walking around the building splendor.
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  • La Trinità is magnificent, there is also shop with souvenirs and open bar at the parking lot
  • Place dear to me. I know the beautiful church I was born in the town of Codrongianos So as a child I could admire its beauty.
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  • Is one of the gems you can come suddenly wandering to Sardinia. Truly a basilica with its characteristic volcanic black stones alternating with white limestone.
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  • Impressive for the friends of Romanesque architecture. Stands imposing in the middle of nowhere. The last 200 meters from the entrance are unpaved and with lots of holes. There is a bar on the side.
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  • It seems that the term "Saccargia" comes from the Sardinian "sa acca arza", namely "the cow stained fur." On the left of the portico is carved the capital because of "cow" and the same Valley where the Church was used for grazing cattle.
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