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Castellana Grotte

The small town is first mentioned in X century documents, where it is called Castellano. For along time pertained to the Abbess of the convent of Conversano. Its old centre, with a number of XVII and XVIII century buildings, is quite wll-preserved, and its Mother Church houses some Reinassance and Baroque paintings.
Castellana Grotte is world famous for the fairtale beauty of its underground grottoes, discover them.

 
The Caves of Castellana The apotheosis of the numerous karstic manifestations of...
The Mother Church of Castellana Grotte The Chiesa Madre (Mother Church) was erected in 1383 on...
The church of the Madonna della Vetrana Documents dating back to the 13th and 14th century...
The Town Hall The Town Hall has its seat in the ancient monastery of...
The church of the Immacolata In 1789 the brotherhood of the Holy Trinity erected the...
The Church of San Francesco da Paola The church and the annexed Convent of Santa Lucia were...
The Church of the Purgatory Not far from the mother church dedicated to San Leone...
The Franco Anelli speleological museum The museum was inaugurated in 2000 and it is dedicated to...
The church of San Francesco d'Assisi The church of San Francesco d’Assisi, attached to...
The Sgobba Palace The Palazzo Sgobba was designed in 1863 by the architect...
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