Alghero cathedral located in Sassari, Sardinia is a Roman Catholic Basilica that was once the seat of the Bishop of the Diocese before it was joined to another diocese. The church underwent renovations recently, and it was covered entirely by scaffolding until it was unveiled in 2014. The Late Gothic masterpiece sits at the heart of the city. The gigantic church overlooks the Piazza Duomo. These are some interesting facts about the Alghero cathedral. The Alghero Cathedral has different monikers both in Italian and English. The Cathedral is also popularly called the ‘Cathedral of St. Mary the Immaculate’, Duomo di Alghero and Catterdale di Santa Maria Immacolata. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!