On the promontory that dominates the bays south-west of Cagliari, there is the seaside area of Pula. Her name is Nora.
Nora was once a large town, whose presence affected the populations and trade of the Mediterranean.
Phoenician, Punic and Roman ships landed in its port which for a long time remained a refuge and place of exchange for sailors.
It reached its maximum expansion as a Roman city of the imperial age, assuming a key role in the relations between East and West.
Walking in the archaeological park is along millenary roads.
The ancient buildings, mosaics, squares and colonnades that you glimpse thanks to the excavations, make you take a dip in ancient history and take you into the splendor of the city of a distant time.
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