Apulia
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M37***77This is the "paradise town" in southern Italy The town is small, only 11,000 people live Even if you have tasted all over the world Sunshine, humanities, art, street scene Here you can still poke your weakness at once
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Castle
ShenWeiThe castle del monte in Andreas, Italy is located on a high mountain. The octagonal patio looks like the shape of the crown of Federico II. Every corner of the towering castle is full of his love. Such a man who loves flowers died because of flowers. It is true that Fei Lengcui (a small town in Puglia) died under the flowers, and he is also romantic.
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Castle
一米qThe Aragonese Castle, located in the old town of Taranto, is close to the sea on one side. It has a history of nearly 600 years. The castle is composed of two cylindrical towers connected to each other.
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Historical Site
佟贝勒爷Speaking of Italy 🇮🇹 the Chinese have to play her bad? What Milan, Rome, Florence, Pisa, Turin, Tuscany are also tired of playing? So let's not talk about these hot cities. I'll take you to a few hot spots these days. . . Last issue we went to the World Heritage site, Alberto Bello. Today we'll take you to Barry. Bari (Bari) is the main port of Italy to the Balkan Peninsula and the eastern Mediterranean Sea in southeastern Italy. It is the capital of the region of Puglia, the capital of the province of Bari, and the economic and cultural center of the region. Today I'm going to show you the Church of St. Nicholas in the Old City of Bari. The church is a 12th-century Romanesque church that is known by locals as the "heart of the Old Town". Built for the memorial of St. Nicholas, the city's patron saint, whose remains are said to flow out of magical dew, the remains of which were smuggled back from Constantinople (now Istanbul) in 1087 to be buried there by Bari's fishermen. So this church remains a very important place for pilgrims to this day. The interior is large and simple, decorated with 17th century wooden ceilings, and the altar has a 13th century body box, it is the oldest shrine in the Pulia area, and is more sacred and beautiful with the lighting...
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