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Stella Maris, Porto Cervo

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#2 of 7 in Sightseeing in Arzachena
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  • It's a beautiful church, worth a detour if you're interested in 60s architecture. A bit Gaudi-esque with its curves, and a lovely cool interior. The El Greco painting is a draw, but opposite it there ...  more »
  • Stella Maris is a beautiful church designed by Arch. Busiri Vici. The same Arch designed the nearby Hotel Luci di La Muntagna, the Hotel Romazzino and many private villas in Costa Smeralda  more »
  • This little church stands out from the hillside as it is completely white and looks as if it has been designed by Gaudi. Inside it is airy and quiet, and there are many objects and paintings to catch ...  more »
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  • Wonderful church designed by Arch. Busiri Vici. A must!
  • You wouldn't expect to see such a beauty at the port.
  • A modern Church (late ' 60), built in a style all his own that embeds itself like a small diamond in the beauty of Sardinia. Wavy movements and a strong white that seem to recall almost those of Apulian trulli, but the finishing materials are all original (granite and Juniper in particular). Really excellent location overlooking the marina of porto cervo. Beautiful Juniper counters that give the church a unique perfume Made in Sardinia. Beautiful also the works of art, two of Sciola on the façade a picture of 600 and an organ napoletano always dating back to 600. If I have the gift of faith I'd marry without doubt here. The history of the land that was donated by Prince Arabic Muslim owner and for us to build a church, within a framework of respect and interfaith sharing, a lesson that we should remember today. ...
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  • Architecture typical of the Emerald Coast of the early years and a unique view
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  • very particular Church. gorgeous
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