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Here you can find interesting sights in Bari, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Bari, Italy.List of cities in Italy Sightseeing Tours in Bari
1. Cattedrale di San Sabino
Bari Cathedral, or Cathedral of Saint Sabinus, is the cathedral of Bari, in Apulia, southern Italy. The cathedral is the seat of the Archbishop of Bari-Bitonto, as it was previously of the archbishops, earlier bishops, of Bari. It is dedicated to Saint Sabinus, a bishop of Canosa, whose relics were brought here in the 9th century. It is senior to, though less famous than, Apuila's Basilica of St Nicholas.
2. Giardini Garibaldi
Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi is a square in Bari located between the Murat district and the Libertà district. The square is occupied by a garden, also named after the famous Italian patriot. Piazza Garibaldi was the first square to be designed for the new Murat village. In the garden there are two main paths that meet perpendicularly in a small clearing.
3. Teatro Margherita
Teatro Margherita is a former theatre in the city of Bari, Apulia on the east coast of Italy. Its predecessor, a wooden structure called Varietà Margherita opened on September 5, 1910. From 1912–1914, a new theatre was erected by architect Francesco De Giglio. It opened in 1914.
4. Basilica San Nicola
The Pontifical Basilica of Saint Nicholas is a church in Bari, Southern Italy that holds wide religious significance throughout Europe and the Christian world. The basilica is an important pilgrimage destination both for Roman Catholics and Orthodox Christians.
5. Teatro comunale Niccolò Piccinni
Teatro Piccinni is a theatre in the city of Bari, Apulia on the east coast of Italy. It was founded in 1854 and opened on 30 May of that year. It was named in honor of eighteenth-century composer Niccolò Piccinni who was born in Bari.
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