Puglia, Basilicata, and Calabria

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  • 1. Basilica di San Nicola

    The 11th-century Basilica di San Nicola, overlooking the sea in the città vecchia, houses the bones of St. Nicholas, the inspiration for Santa Claus. His...Read More

  • 2. Duomo

    Dominating a vast square concealed by a maze of alleyways, Lecce's magnificent cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta never fails to take visitors by surprise. The...Read More

  • 3. Duomo

    Matera's splendidly restored cathedral, dedicated to the Madonna della Bruna e di Sant'Eustachio, was built in the late 13th century and occupies a prominent position...Read More

  • 4. Sassi di Matera

    Matera's Sassi are piled chaotically atop one another down the sides of a steep ravine. Some date from Paleolithic times, when they were truly just...Read More

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  • 5. Cattedrale di San Sabino

    Bari's 12th-century cathedral is the seat of the local bishop and was the scene of many significant political marriages between important families in the Middle...Read More

  • 6. Duomo

    In the center of the borgo antico, Gallipoli's Duomo is a notable Baroque cathedral from the late 17th century, dedicated to Sant'Agata, patron saint of...Read More

  • 7. La Purità

    A fine example of Gallipoli Baroque, the 17th-century Church of Santa Maria della Purità stands at the end of the borgo antico overlooking the famed...Read More

  • 8. Ostuni Old Town

    Known as the Città Bianca for its dazzling white buildings and cobbled streets, Ostuni commands stupendous views out over the coast and the surrounding plain....Read More

  • 9. Piazza Libertà

    The city's main square divides the new town to the west and the old town to the east. The triangular piazza contains the town symbol:...Read More

  • 10. Piazza Sant'Oronzo

    This is the buzzing hub of Lecce's social life in the heart of the maze of pedestrianized alleyways lined with cafés, little restaurants, and crafts...Read More

  • 11. Piazza XV Marzo

    Cosenza's noblest square, Piazza XV Marzo (commonly called Piazza della Prefettura), houses government buildings as well as the elegant Teatro Rendano. From the square, the...Read More

  • 12. San Domenico Maggiore

    Taranto's most important monument is the ancient church and monastery of San Domenico in the heart of the centro storico. Situated on the narrow strip...Read More

  • 13. San Giovanni Battista

    Considered a jewel of medieval architecture, the 13th-century Romanesque church of San Giovanni Battista was restored to its pre-Baroque simplicity in 1926. The elaborately carved...Read More

  • 14. Santa Croce

    Although Lecce was founded before the time of the ancient Greeks, it's often associated with the term Barocco leccese, the result of a citywide impulse...Read More

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