About Cagliari

Cagliari, an ancient city steeped in history, has been ruled by various civilizations over millennia.

 

Its modern buildings overlay a continuous history of human settlement dating back five thousand years. 

 

Notable historical sites include prehistoric caves, Carthaginian necropolis, Roman amphitheaters, Byzantine basilicas, Pisan-era towers, and Spanish Habsburg fortifications.

 

As the former capital of the Kingdom of Sardinia, Cagliari played a significant role until 1848 when Turin took over.

 

Today, it serves as a regional center for culture, education, politics, and art, boasting diverse Art Nouveau architecture and numerous monuments. Cagliari is also an economic and industrial hub with a major port, international airport, and a high income level comparable to cities in northern Italy.

 

Additionally, it houses the University of Cagliari, established in 1607, and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese since the 5th century AD.

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