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Bastione of Saint Remyon Sardinia, Italy

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Bastion of Saint Remy was built only in the last century, but it has already become a bright landmark where locals come in the evening.
Bastione of Saint Remy, Sardinia
You can reach the Bastione of Saint Remy (Bastione di San Remy) in Cagliari city by a lift from the street Regina Margherita, and by the stairs leading from the Piazza Costituzione.

Bastion was built only in the last century, but quickly became popular with the locals. On the terrace of the bastion is a cafe, where you will be offered various snacks and delicious coffee.

On the bastion you can walk, there are many benches here, and from the terraces you will see excellent views of the city and coast.

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#6Climb to the Saint Remy Bastion on SardiniaClimb to the Saint Remy Bastionoddviser

Go up the staircase to the terrace of the Bastione of Saint Remy in Cagliari, and you will see the magnificent views of the city.

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Location: Cagliari city

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