The park is located at the end of via Giovanni XXIII, and is dedicated to Klaus Hemmerle, bishop of Acquisgrana and occasional resident of Alghero. Sardinia, Italy - 2022
Corallo, or the Coral Riviera
As early as the 14th century the inhabitants of the island had discovered the presence of coral. Alghero thus became a place famous for its coral. Sardinia, Italy - 2022
Alghero: meaning and origin of the toponym
Place names origins are often murky: There are secrets, rumors, myths, legends, myths, beliefs, assumptions, social change and narratives.
Myths and legends may be entertaining, but rarely of value. As in Alghero!
However, there is some uncertainty about its origins, since on the one hand one does not want to stop imagining that the ville has a name older than not only the Catalan occupation but also its first foundation by the Genoese Dorias, while on the other hand there is a certain reluctance to associate this name with the seaweed that settled in such large shoals on the San Giovanni coast, Even in the Sardinian-Logudor version (S’Alighera), it is located precisely at this point, on the edge of the town, to justify a name that evokes a ‘place of seaweed’ that is certainly easily identifiable with respect to the rest of the northwest coast of the island.