Named after the first Piedmontese Viceroy, Saint Remy Baron, the Saint Remy Rampart was built between 1896 and 1902, based on Gaetano Cima's idea. The entire building is constructed in Classical style, with Corinthian columns made of "Pietra Forte" limestone. From the large terrace Umberto I, designed in 1896 by Giuseppe Costa and Fulgenzio Setti, opens an unforgettable view of the city and the port area of Cagliari. It has always been a meeting point for people from the city.
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