In Marina quarter, not far from St.Antonio’s Church, you can visit the monumental Church of the Holy Sepulchre. According to some scholars, this building has to be ascribed to the Knights Templar who might have used it as the chapel of their monastery.
On the basis of a more qualified hypothesis,its foundation should be dated back to the 16th century, at the time when the Brotherhood of the Holy Crucifix, of Prayer and Death was set.
If you live in Cagliari, you will probably go to via Roma to meet your friends and have a cup of coffee or an aperitif with them in one of the different bars and cafés.
You can also go there for shopping and enjoying your free time during the day.
This road was opened in January 1883 and part of it was once occupied by the walls of Marina District, that were demolished in the late 1880s
Built in the former St. Teresa’s Church, the city Concert Hall is situated in Piazzetta Dettori in Marina quarter. The construction of the Church was started in the 17th century and completed in 1691, as you can read in the memorial tablet on its façade.
In the first postwar years, this building began to house concerts and cultural events, till it was permanently turned into a Concert Hall in the last years of the 1980s.
In Marina quarter you also find St. Augustine’s Church.
The older fifteenth-century Gothic church consacrated to this Saint was built outside the district’s walls, just in the place where they believed the body of the Saint had been buried.
During the restauration of the city walls, the old church was damaged and in 1576 it was demolished.