• Mutseu
  • The Church of Santo Sepolcro
  • Archaeological site of Santa Lucia

Sant'Eulalia monuments

St. Eulalia Monuments and Sites is a system made up by the MUTSEU, with the parish church of St. Eulalia, the undelying Archaeological Area, the Museum of Santa Eulalia Treasury and the Archives, by the church of the Holy Sepulchre, with the Monumental crypt and the adjacent archaeological site, and the Archaeological site of the church of Saint Lucia.

This system of religious buildings and archaeological sites, which all relate to the parish of St. Eulalia, is a significant part of the architectural heritage of the Marina quarter in Cagliari, the ancient area called Lapola built near the historic port of Cagliari.

The Monuments and sites of St. Eulalia narrate more than 2000 years of history of the city of Cagliari and its inhabitants, from the IV century b.C., with the sacred area of Punic origin found under the church of St. Eulalia, through the Roman city, the churches founded by the Catalans in the XIV century, enriched by the altars and chapels in the XVII and XVIII century, to the present days when, after the devastation caused by the Second World War, the area and its monuments were restored to life.