Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre

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The Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre is one of the most important churches of Barletta, whose name refers to the Holy Land and the the Sepulchre. Erected on a prior medieval basilica, it served as a real crossroads, e.g. the Via Adriatica and the Via Traiana, representing a crucial hub for pilgrims and crusaders. The Church has been rebuilt and redecorated in a Gothic style, with a longitudinal structure east-west oriented. The entrance façade is characterized by two lateral pointed-arches and a triangular tympanum over the church entrance. The western view has six pointed-arches carved in the stonework and a corner tower. The eastern view has three apses, which correspond to the internal aisles. Curiosity: in the course of history, the Basilica had three campaniles and four clocks


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Corso Vittorio Emanuele
76121 Barletta BT
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41.31931937190659, 16.28145933151245

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