Hotels in Fordongianus
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Ancient Roman history enthusiasts have a great deal of locations to choose from across Italy. One that might not make the list at first is the village of Fordongianus. However, it is worth a second look. The small village is the site of Roman ruins that include a bath complex and a bridge. It is located on the island of Sardinia in the Oristano Province. It is just 25 kilometers from the town of Oristano and only 90 kilometers from Cagliari. The village has just over 1,000 inhabitants, so a budget Fordongianus hotel will give you the chance to experience daily life in a small Italian village. To get the best deals, visit EasyToBook.com.However, you will want to make day trips from your discount hotel in Fordongianus in order to see some of the important sites in Oristano as well. The Tower of St. Christophoros was built in the year 1290 and was once part of the city walls. St. Marys Cathedral was first built in 1130 but was built again during the reign of Mariano II and renovated anew in both the 17th and 19th centuries. The Church of St. Francis of Assisi is currently done in the neo-classical architectural style, but it was actually built in 1200. It contains the famous 14th century wooden sculpture called the Christ of Nicodemus.