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
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.
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.
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...
Castel del MonteProvince of Barletta-Andria-Trani,Italy
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Basilica di Santa Caterina d'Alessandria,Italy
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Since it opened in 2019, IL Corso has become a go-to destination in the city for those looking for a quick escape from the urban chaos. Now, with the newly opened Food Yard, the Filinvest property satisfies the appetites of hungry Cebuanos and their clamor for something fresh and exciting in the local food scene amid this pandemic.
With its strategic seaside location and expansive area, the resort-style mall in the City di Mare community along SRP is most known for its al fresco dining outlets and wide jogging paths.
Bouncing back from this still-ongoing global crisis, IL Corso launched the Food Yard to revitalize the mall and increase foot traffic.
The Food Yard positions itself as a gastronomic destination by the sea — a showcase of local food trucks and vendors — where one can enjoy delicious food and fresh breeze in a safe outdoor setting.
Aside from IL Corso’s inline restaurants like Parilya, BubbleZ, Dessert Factory, Fishes and Chika-an sa Cebu, the Food Yard also includes Big Daddy Truck, MyJoy, Peoples Eat and Go Food Truck, Lamesa, Smiley Larsian by the Sea, Matana Cafe, Señora Sisig Bar and Chixboy. Humba Heaven and Ayer Lechon will be opening soon as well.
Aside from food, IL Corso has also lent its space for local makers and small entrepreneurs to sell their goods at the Sunset Pop-up Market on weekends. Here, you can shop boho-chic earrings from Deisenyo, locally made shoes from Vestía, organic skincare from The Soap Opera, healthy alternatives from The Good Basket, coffee by Brews & Bro’s Co., to name a few.
For fruits and vegetables, there is also a weekly Farmers Market where you can buy fresh produce at better prices while directly supporting our local farmers.
Unesco World Heritage Site Alberobello resembles an urban sprawl – for gnomes. The zona dei trulli on the westernmost of the town's two hills is a dense mass of 1500 beehive-shaped houses, white-tipped as if dusted by snow. These drystone buildings are made from local limestone; none are older than the 14th century.
The town is named after the primitive oak forest Arboris Belli (beautiful trees) that once covered this area. It's an amazing place, but also something of a tourist trap – from May to October busloads of tourists pile into trullo homes, drink in trullo bars and shop in trullo shops. Try to visit in the morning to avoid the arrival of tourist buses and the inevitable throng of visitors.
If you park in Lago Martellotta, follow the steps up to Piazza del Popolo, where the Belvedere Trulli lookout offers fabulous views over the whole higgledy-piggledy picture.
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Alberobello remained a fief of the Acquaviva of Aragon until May 27, 1797, when King Ferdinand IV of Bourbon elevated the small village to the royal city, freeing it from the feudal servitude of the counts. On 22 June 1797, the first mayor Francesco Giuseppe Lippolis was elected.
Alberobello is the only inhabited center with an entire district of trulli. It is therefore considered the cultural capital of the trulli of the Valle d'Itria.
this beach has pebbles so the water is clear and there are many fish. A must to do is a trip with a canoe or a paddleboat to see the little and big beautiful caves.Great place to stay, swim, and relax, hidden from crowded city of Vieste but not that far away. Services are fine.clear water , stones insstead of sand but ok, caves around can be visited by snorkeling, fantastic place to spend 7-10 days!We stopped her for a break during our boat tour of the Gargano coast. We did not disembark due to the large pebbles and the fact that I am slightly infirm of foot but the beach was well occupied and looked very pretty with its wooded white cliff top surroundings.
A Village in Italy
Alberobello is city located in italy and one of most visiting.they are a lot of souvenir shop and the city is full white color ,I love the small buildings architecture and design of the city ,it is unique ,I am happy to go back the village ,it is interesting to visit you too.
#holidayvacation Lecce is a city in Italy’s southern Apulia region. It's known for its baroque buildings. In the central Piazza del Duomo, the Cattedrale di Lecce has a double facade and a bell tower. The Basilica di Santa Croce features sculptures and a rose window. Nearby are the Sant’Oronzo Column, a Roman column topped with a bronze statue of the city’s patron saint, and the sunken Roman amphitheater. Because of the rich Baroque architectural monuments found in the city, Lecce is commonly nicknamed "The Florence of the South".The city also has a long traditional affinity with Greek culture going back to its foundation; the Messapians who founded the city are said to have been Cretans in Greek records.To this day, in the Grecìa Salentina, a group of towns not far from Lecce, the griko language is still spoken.
In terms of industry, the Lecce stone a particular kind of limestone is one of the city's main exports, because it is very soft and workable, thus suitable for sculptures. Lecce is also an important agricultural centre, chiefly for its olive oil and wine production, as well as an industrial centre specializing in ceramic production.
#mynovgetaway Ostuni is a city in Italy’s Apulia region that's known for its whitewashed old town. Ostuni Cathedral combines Gothic, Romanesque and Byzantine elements, while the arched Porta San Demetrio is one of 2 remaining medieval gates. The Civic Museum and Archaeological Park houses Ostuni 1, the skeleton of a woman from Paleolithic times. Northwest of town is the Santuario di Sant’Oronzo complex, with a triumphal arch. The region around Ostuni has been inhabited since the Stone Age. The town is reputed to have been originally established by the Messapii, a pre-classic tribe, and destroyed by Hannibal during the Punic Wars. It was then re-built by the Greeks, the name Ostuni deriving from the Greek Astu néon ("new town").
Sacked after the fall of the Western Roman Empire, in 996 AD the town became part of the Norman County of Lecce .The Normans built their medieval town around the summit of the hill (229 m), with a castle (only remains can be seen) and city walls with four gates. From 1300 to 1463 it was part of the Principality of Taranto and from 1507 (together with what is now the frazione of Villanova and Grottaglie) passed to Isabella, Duchess of Bari, wife of Gian Galeazzo Sforza, Duke of Milan. Under Isabella's rule, Ostuni thrived during the Italian Renaissance. Isabella protected humanists and people of art and letters, including bishop Giovanni Bovio. She died in 1524 and Ostuni passed as a dowry to her daughter Bona Sforza, wife-to-be of Sigismund I of Poland, King of Poland. During Bona Sforza's government, Ostuni continued to enjoy a stable rule. In 1539 she had towers built along all the shoreline as protection against anticipated attacks from Turks who controlled the Balkans. These towers (still extant, including Pozzella Tower, the Pylon, Villanova and others), were garrisoned and communicated using fiery beacons.
#mynovgetaway Vieste is a coastal town in Gargano National Park, in southeast Italy. It’s known for its beaches, like Scialara, home to the imposing Pizzomunno limestone monolith, and the broad Spiaggia di San Lorenzo. Marine fossils and rare shells are on display at the Museum of Malacology. Nearby are the Castello Svevo, a medieval fortress, and the 11th-century Vieste Cathedral, with its baroque bell tower and painted ceiling. In medieval times, the port was frequently attacked by pirates, Saracens and other enemies of the Kingdom of Naples.
In 1554 around 7,000 inhabitants were enslaved by the Turks, with those being deemed too elderly or infirm to merit transportation into slavery executed.This event is commemorated annually in a ceremony.
walking around the old town of taranto. The swing-bridge, built in 1886 and restored in 1958, is the oldest entrance to the historic city. A dense network of winding lanes with dilapidated facades portrays the old city. I love how much character is exuding from the city. Just a glance, you’d realize how much history each building and house contains. definitely a must visit.