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Locorotondo

Locorotondo, along with Martina Franca and Cisternino, overlooks the Valley of Itria, a fertile karst depression densely populated and dotted with groups of Trulli. A farming town producing excellent wine.

 
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Locorotondo is perched on a hill dominated by the Mother Church of S. Giorgio, built on a circular plan, its narrow concentric and radial streets lined with white terraced houses. The beautiful church if S. Maria della Greca, built by the Prince of Taranto in the Gothic Style, has recently been restored.

Church of Madonna della Greca It is the oldest church in Locorotondo, first built...
Spirito Santo's Church The small church of the Spirito Santo can be spotted...
Our Lady of Sorrows church The church was built close to the city walls that long...
The town hall and the civic tower The old Town Hall is nowadays used as the Library. Built...
The church of san Rocco In the course of the centuries, Locorotondo has had two...
The church of St Mary with chain The Church, also called “Our Lady with chain”...
St Mark's Church and district Towards north, near the Fasano wood, about 5 kilometres...
The refined portals of the old village By walking along the small, paved roads of the enchanting...
Palazzo Morelli Palazzo Morelli, the finest example of Baroque...

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