Muravera is too ne da Costa Rei, ne from Castiadas and Villasimius. You can very easily by car and visit is always a nice surprise. Not only its main street during the beautiful summer dresses to the nines and showcases numerous shops that sell Delicatessen, handicrafts and souvenirs, but exploring the rich Muravera, You will discover a romantic old town really do not miss.

Visit will immerse you in an ancient times, When the districts were small, the narrow streets between them, and there you knew all. You could start from San Nicola di Bari, which usually welcomes tourists. As is easy to understand it's a religious structure. It was built in the 16th century and today it is austere and strong. The altar that immediately catches your interest is dated 1767, and the sumptuous furnishings are all valuable and ancient. It is said that the crucifix was donated by a citizen muraverese, who kidnapped by the Saracens promised to donate to the church a cross if it is been released. Seems that respected the promise.

It will be almost a forced path that will take you the former Town Hall. Fingers just steps from beautiful church just abandoned and was recently remodeled. Continue your tour with a visit to The Portico Petretto, built in the late 1800s. It's a bow crossed and locked inside, balcony, outlining communication two houses, the one facing each other.

Finally, don't miss the opportunity to visit the Home Zedda, with inside a beautiful Roman cistern, once used to collect and distribute rainwater.

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