Tourist Attraction in Cagliari: Museo del Tesoro di Sant'Eulalia
The Sant'Eulalia Treasure Museum is one of the most important museums in Cagliari. It is located in a building next to the church of Sant'Eulalia with access from vico del Collegio 2, in the Marina district. Owned by the parish of Sant'Eulalia, the museum also houses an archaeological site. Inside the museum, built on two floors, is the patrimony of various churches in the neighborhood of the Marina di Cagliari, including the church of Sant'Eulalia, next to the museum, the church of San Sepolcro and the church of Santa Lucia of via Barcelona, demolished after the bombing of 1943. On the ground floor there is the parish archive of the church of Sant'Eulalia, on the first floor there is the most artistic exposition with silver crafts of Ligurian and Sardinian art, paintings, statues. Discovered in 1990, during the works for the museum itself, the archaeological site of Sant'Eulalia is made up of a cobbled street of Roman times and some republican environments.