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    Museum

    The birth of the Museum of Barletta dates back to 1898 with the donation of ancient vases by Barletta's Francis Xavier Vista. From that date until now, the museum has been anriched in different periods by various archaeological collections and art works by renowned painters and sculptors. The...
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    "Giuseppe De Nittis" Art Gallery

    The Pinacoteca Giuseppe De Nittis is located in the magnificent Palazzo della Marra, an aristocratic residence dated 1500, originally owened by the Orsini family, then by Della Marra Family in 1600. The collection, donated to the city of Barletta in 1913 by the widow De Nittis, Leontine Lucille...
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    Cathedral of Saint Mary Major

    The Cathedral dates from the 10th century. It rises up on a Roman-Daunian sepulchral area ( 4th -3th cent. BC) and on two basilicas, early Christian ( end of 4th cent. BC) and Romanesque ( 10th cent BC). The two different parts, with their own architectural features, blend together perfectly....
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    Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre

    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...
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    Theatre Curci

    The Barletta Town Theatre ”Giuseppe Curci” located in the city centre in front of the City Palace, was inaugurated on April 6, 1872. With its elegance and proportions, it represents a distinguished example of the Neoclassical architecture in Apulia. In 1866 the city administration purchased it...
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    Palazzo Santa Croce

    The palace is located in Piazza Duomo, exactly in front of the cathedral of Saint Mary Major’s main façade. It occupies a wide part of the church yard, which in the past, was broader. Since the Norman period it was the seat of Santacroce, a noble family. Charles I donated it to Filippo...
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    TOURIST INFORMATION

    L’Ufficio IAT – Informazione e Accoglienza Turistica di Barletta svolge un ruolo attivo di promozione dell’offerta turistica e culturale della città. Ubicato in maniera strategica nel cuore del Centro Storico, al pianterreno del ex Convento di San Domenico.
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    (Italiano) Palazzo Bruotschy

    Palace Bruotschy was built in 1621, but it was probably erected on a preexisting building. Its peculiarity: a porch in front of the façade that probably belonged to a medieval building, which dates back to the early 16th century. The structure has undergone several changes and consists of four...