Photographer's Note

This is the true port of Cagliari and there are traces of its existence already in the Phoenician-Punic and then Roman. The aspect that we see today is 900. In fact, until the unification of Italy, the port was small and separated from the Via San Francesco da Paola (now Via Roma) and then through the city walls. Inside the port nineteenth century there was a building called Health, in which you controlled the goods and animals arrived in the city, for fear that they were contaminated by a disease that could bring an epidemic. The palace was built in Molo Health Health, which has left its name. Besides there was a door that led into the Marina district, also demolished contemporary with the rest of the walls. (Beginning in 1861 with the draft Gaetano Cima until 1870 with the construction of the building Cavenna in front of the dock). With the work of nineteenth-century went off the shore of the harbor from the Marina district and were installed on the pier of the dock and the WHO.

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Additional Photos by Gianfranco Calzarano (baddori) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1885 W: 124 N: 3539] (20161)
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