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Palazzo De Candia Cagliari

The history

De Candia Palace

In the medieval quarter of Castello, overlooking the city and its gulf, a historic residence built in 1850 with refined charm by Mariò De Candia, a tenor acclaimed in the theaters and courts of Europe and in memorable matinees with Chopin.

Your reception ... a panoramic and sumptuous aristocratic setting, captivated by the echoes of the matinees of Chopin & Mario ' 

 

…. you will be surprised by the price! You will give your guests the pleasure of savoring the latest trendy menus.

 

Graduation parties, baptisms, birthdays, weddings, anniversaries with a wide choice of menus 

 

We host business meetings, training courses, presentations, press conferences, with coffee break service, aperitifs, dinner and brunch, lunch and dinner with table service or buffet.

Come visit

Invitation to the palace

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Weddings

An unforgettable wedding

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Private parties

Celebrate with class

Risorsa 8-100

Meeting

A successful meeting

The great tenor

The patriot tenor

On October 18, 1810, the parish priest Don Antonio Cao recorded the baptism of Giovanni Matteo, born the previous day, legitimate son of the Illustrious Mr. Cavaliere, in the register of the Cathedral of Cagliari Don Stefano De Candia of Alghero (Captain and Adjutant of His Royal Highness) and Donna Caterina Grixoni of Ozieri.

 

Mario De Candia - destined to become one of the greatest tenors of the nineteenth century - he was born 28 years later on the stage of the Rue Lepelletier theater, in Paris, after the composer Giacomo Meyerbeer had convinced him to debut as the protagonist of his opera "Robert le Diable" .

Risorsa 6-100

Where we are

In the Castle

Among the historic districts of Cagliari, Castello it is the one that has best preserved the original constituent elements, starting with the road layout and the character of the buildings.

 

The changes present are a consequence of the intense aerial bombardments of the allies in the winter of 1943: some buildings were destroyed, some were rebuilt with the current typology (1950-1960), others restored or conspicuously consolidated and still others - unfortunately - left in a state of rubble. .

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Contacts

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