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This is a wonderful ancient church built of colored stone to give a dramatic striped appearance. It is closed for all but one day of the year, so your visit will be brief. There is plenty of open parking around the church and large information...More
Simply awesome. I know this is not the most appropriate adjective for a historical church, but I cannot find better words.
The style, the history, the details. You cannot miss it if you are passing around here.
Remember to check the real mahogany Madonna left...More
This is a very bold and proud Romanesque church. It is easily accessed from the old Sassari road, or via the hills from Borutta. Once Inside, the tranquillity is apparent - The church is narrow and the high walls (striped with limestone and basalt masonry),...More
The church appears to ve almost in the middle of nowhere. Perfect proportions and amazing details on the facade. Just beautiful. Really worth the trip. Try to do it as part of a longer trip to other romanesque churches in the area (Logudoro).
I never intended to visit this church but I was so happy to come across it when driving. I was familiar with it as I saw photos of it in my Sardinia guide. A great 12th century church with a great architecture in both its...More
This is a wonderful church in the midle of nowhere that it is definitely fair to visit, if you are passing by or travelling around the area. Said so, the 3 euro entrance with no guide is completely unjustified. The interior of the church takes...More
The 12 century Basilica della Santissima Trinità di Saccargia or Basilica of the Holy Trinity of Saccargia is the most important Romanesque church in Sardinia. The construction is entirely in local stone (black basalt and white limestone) and is absolutely stunning. Please visit it if...More