Walk through alleys barely wide enough for a Cinquecento car to find Cagliari’s beautiful 12th-century cathedral, with a pale gold facade and stacked and rounded arches. The building was remodeled in the late 1600s, but the square bell tower and three naves of the original can still be admired. Three chapels in the crypt were carved out of the solid bedrock beneath the building.
By Liz Boulter
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