Museo Archeologico della Città

Launched at the end of 2016, the Museo Archeologico hosts the most ancient evidence of the area’s history. The museum is split into three main themes: Sea, Customs and Religious traditions. The first concerns the most relevant Archeologic interests, and their relation with the sea. The second analyses everyday life in different ages, with particular attention to construction techniques and the distribution of the villages, as well as their relation

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Casa Manno Museum

Located nearby Santa Maria cathedral Casa Manno Museum offers an expository itinerary thanks to furniture, pictures, sculptures, printed materials, old books, correspondence, manuscripts, and original documents linked to Sardinian personality Giuseppe Manno. The documents recount the time span between 1700 and 1800, an age full of change and crucial for Italian history. The museum has multimedia support and kid-friendly supports. Address Via Santa Barbara, 22 Alghero (SS) Opening times Thursday ore

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Museo del Corallo

The Museo del Corallo is located inside one of the most beautiful Liberty houses of the city, and its purpose is to recount the story of the Mediterranean Sea through one of its most important resources: Corallium Rubrum An amazing journey on the history of this little organism. Address: Via XX Settembre 8 Alghero (SS) Opening times: Monday – Wednesday   Close Day Tuesday   10.30 – 13.00 | 16.30 – 19.00 Thursday 

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Museo Diocesano d’Arte Sacra

The Museo Diocesano di Arte Sacra hosts the heritage of the ancient churches of Alghero, and of the cathedral in particular. Located in the ancient Chiesa del Rosario, it contains silvers, sculptures and paintings that are the evidence of the religious and cultural evolution of the city through the centuries, telling the story of a community linked to its territory but open to Italy and the Mediterranean. Address Via Maiorca

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