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The best-known attractions and hidden corners of Pula can be easily explored on foot or by bicycle.
In downtown, buildings of note are the Church of San Giovanni Battista, in neoclassical style, which has an early Christian sarcophagus; the small St. Raymond Chapel, a former convent of the Friars Mercedarians (which is dated back to the Eighteenth Century); Villa Santa Maria, rich house of Nineteenth Century, designed by Gaetano Cima and the Town Museum Giovanni Patroni, housed in a typical courtyard of a “campidanese” house, collecting archaeological finds Phoenician-Punic and Roman age from the nearby archaeological site of Nora.
Watchful eyes may also discover the alleys of the old town, several portals of old farm houses with their arcades and their short blooming. About 2 miles from the village, the ancient city of Nora with its mosaics, baths and the theater can be visited every day.
Very close to this area the little Church of Sant'Efisio, site of the martyrdom of the most revered saint of the island, one of the oldest example of Romanesque architecture in Sardinia. The nearby Spanish Coltellazzo tower, on top of the hill, closes the bay and offers a superb panorama of Nora and the surrounding coastline.
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