Among many religious buildings of Bari, St. George's Church and the Cathedral of St. Sabino that is the epitome of the Gothic style are worth noting. The most ambitious and the most important historical landmark is Fort of Saint Anthony currently housing the large-scale museum. It represents an interesting collection of works of art by contemporary artists; the beautiful fort is one of the most important historical sites to the south of the country.
Hikers and fans of exciting excursions will certainly enjoy the picturesque town of Barletta with its scenic medieval streets. Cathedral of Santa Maria Maggiore with its incomparable nave in Romanesque style is the main landmark of the town.
There is a rather unusual excursion object that is incredibly popular among tourists in Castellana. We are speaking about unique karst caves with total length of about 3 kilometers. A walk through caves will be an unforgettable adventure for the whole family. In the immediate vicinity of Andria is another object of world scale. The beautiful Castel del Monte is visited annually by thousands of tourists. Construction of the castle took place in the mid-13th century; it has being built for 10 years. The castle has survived to this day and has lost nothing of its greatness.
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