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Piazza d'Italia, Sassari
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  • We took a day trip to Alghero Sassari, it was worth it, meanwhile, is not far from Alghero, and then turning to the city I must say it was pleasant, in the University area is a nice Park, well maintained and shady, and also across the road, there goes downtown, a delightful maze of streets large and narrow streets with many shops , and many squares of Italy Square, really big, majestic and very pleasant. Various shops and boutiques in all the ways to get busy with shopping. Too bad the location of the Cathedral, is a little hidden and cramped, though beautiful and majestic. If you are in a area around the city of Sassari.
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  • Lovely square surrounded by fine buildings, including the Palace built in neo-classical style, the current seat of the province of Sassari. Represents the heart of the city, the Center stands the monument to Vittorio Emanuele II. Much in the Jordanian Palace built in neo-Gothic style. A nice place to stroll in a beautiful summer evening.
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  • It is the town square. Its current configuration, except for the flooring and small details around the statue of Vittorio Emanuele II located in its central part, dates from the late 19th century, with the construction of the Palazzo della Provincia, eastward, neoclassic, on the opposite side of the Palazzo Giordano, in neoclassical style, which in their stylistic diversity, give a tone of elegance to it.
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