9 Sights in Barletta, Italy (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Barletta, 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 9 sights are available in Barletta, Italy.

List of cities in Italy Sightseeing Tours in Barletta

1. Museo Civico

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The civic museum of Barletta was born at the end of the nineteenth century with a first collection of archaeological finds donated by citizens and placed in the municipal library. Over twenty years the original nucleus was enriched with paintings by artists from Barlet: Geremia Di Scanno, Giuseppe De Nittis, Vincenzo De Stefano, Giambattista Calò, Giuseppe Gabbiani. With subsequent donations, the collections took on greater consistency, thanks to the legacy of Léontine De Nittis, the autograph works and collection of Gabbiani, the acquisition of the works of Raffaele Girondi, until the donation of Ferdinando Cafiero in 1936. Since 1929 the Museum has been located in the complex of the former convent of San Domenico and since 2003 it has been reopened in the halls of the castle of Barletta.

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2. Chiesa di San Gaetano

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The church of San Gaetano was founded in the seventeenth century by the Theatine order, who arrived in Barletta in the early years of the century. The building complex on which the church stands was already present at the time of foundation and was home to a small church dedicated to St. Joseph. Church and convent were then transformed, taking its current name in 1667. The church is located along Via Cialdini, a street on which there are numerous other conventual buildings, such as that of San Ruggero, Santa Maria della Vittoria and the Monte di Pietà.

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3. Chiesa di Sant'Andrea

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The Church of San Andrea, a church located on the avenue of San Andrea in Baleta, close to the city walls and in the historic center, is undoubtedly unique and characterized by a series of events that restore the results that can be observed today. In fact, the building is about five metres above the street and has access to the main entrance through a staircase, which can overcome this significant height difference. The transverse passage is roughly the same as via Duomo, the main street in the historic center.

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4. Chiesa di Nazareth

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The Co-Cathedral of Santa Maria di Nazareth more commonly known by the title of Church of Nazareth, is a historically important church in the city of Barletta for having been the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Nazareth in Barletta before the current Cathedral of Santa Maria Maggiore. It is located in Via Nazareth and stands adjacent to the Nazarene Archbishop's Palace, with which it forms a single large complex having been the episcope of the archbishops themselves.

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5. Teatro Curci

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The municipal theater of Barletta, named after the composer Giuseppe Curci, is located in Corso Vittorio Emanuele and is an important cultural container within the city. It is located in the city center, in front of the Palazzo di Città offering its main front to the north in Corso Vittorio Emanuele and the back to the south in Via Ospedale dei Pellegrini. The gallery of the Theater is also part of the complex, located east of the theater structure.

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6. Cattedrale di Santa Maria Maggiore

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The Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore is the cathedral of Barletta, formerly the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Barletta and today co-cathedral of the Archdiocese of Trani-Barletta-Bisceglie. Located in the historic center of the city, at the end of Via Duomo, it is the oldest fulcrum of the religious life of the city, as well as its urban cornerstone: the design of the urban fabric shows the centripetal strength of its mother church.

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7. Chiesa di San Giacomo

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The provostship of San Giacomo is one of the oldest churches in Barletta. At the time of construction the church was located outside the city walls and was located, in a strategic position, on the road to Canne. The current religious building is the result of numerous building overlaps over the centuries and the urban events that have affected the ancient village of San Giacomo in contemporary times.

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8. Chiesa di Santa Lucia

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The church of Santa Lucia is a Catholic place of worship located in the territory of the Italian town of Barletta in the province of Barletta-Andria-Trani in Puglia. It is a monastic complex dating back to the fourteenth century, located in the Santa Maria district, precisely close to via Cavour, an ancient road of the gearbox and Vicoletto Santa Lucia.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Santa Lucia (Barletta) (IT)

9. Pinacoteca De Nittis

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The Pinacoteca "Giuseppe De Nittis" is a museum in Barletta, dedicated to the painter Giuseppe De Nittis, of which it preserves and exhibits a collection of paintings. Set up in the Palazzo della Marra in via Cialdini, the art gallery periodically hosts temporary exhibitions.

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