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Bastion of Saint Remy
About Bastion of Saint Remy
The Bastion of Saint Remy in Cagliari, Sardegna was built in the early twentieth century between 1896 and 1902 on the ancient Spanish ramparts Zecca e Sperone. La Balcony Umberto I was inaugurated in 1901, and until the Second World War was the favorite promenade by Cagliaritans.
The main staircase, long and eventful stretches from Constitution Square with several flights that gather at mid-height in a landing which gives entrance to the Covered Walkway. This develops on the side along Viale Regina Elena with large and bright rooms, painted with bright colors and closed by large arches with windows placed only in 1985.
Under a large arch that dominates the whole construction is further staircase with two circular ramps leading up to the Balcony Umberto I, which boasts a magnificent view of the city and the sea. The large square has two more ramps that lead to the next bastion of Santa Caterina, which overlooks the homonyms elementary school.
It was very lively meeting place and meeting up to World War II when it was violently bombarded and destroyed. After the war it was restored according to the original design.
The Bastion of Saint Remy in Cagliari is located in one open air place so it is possible to be seen 24 hours of 24.
Promenade Deck (Passeggiata Coperta) of the Bastion of Saint Remy:
From 9.30 to 20.00 every day.
Take a look at the map to find the right place where it is.
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Map of Bastion of Saint Remy