5 Sights in Gallipoli, Italy (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Gallipoli, 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 Gallipoli, Italy.

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1. Chiesa Santa Maria degli Angeli

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Chiesa Santa Maria degli Angeli Yellow.Cat from Roma, Italy / CC BY 2.0

The church of Santa Maria degli Angeli is a brotherhood of the historic center of Gallipoli. Built in the second half of the seventeenth century, it stands along the perimeter of the walls, in front of the island of Sant'Andrea. The church was entrusted in 1662 to the homonymous brotherhood, made up of fishermen, farmers and artists, who organizes and owns it, together with the Confraternity of the Crucifix, the procession of the Mysteries of Holy Friday by participating with the statue of the Madonna Addolorata.

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2. Chiesa del Santissimo Crocifisso

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Santissimo Crocifisso Church is a church in the historic center of Gallipoli. It was built in 1750 on the land of Dominican godfathers, who were bought by the Brotherhood in 1741. The design of the building was designed by Artillery Captain Carlo Mudo, who served at the Royal Castle of Gallipoli, and was completed by Master Ortencio Pret from Coptina.

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3. Chiesa di San Francesco d'Assisi

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The church of San Francesco d'Assisi is a baroque construction of the historic center of Gallipoli. The ancient nucleus of the church dates back to the thirteenth century, but subsequent altering, between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, have radically transformed the structure by hiding the original medieval lines.

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4. Chiesa di San Domenico al Rosario

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The Church of Santa Domenico Al Rosario, a Catholic place of worship in Gallipoli, was built in 1696. Designed by master Valerio Margoleo di Martano, it sits on the ruins of a pre-existing sacred building, some of which still have architectural elements. It is home to the historic Rosary Brotherhood.

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5. Duomo e Curia Vescovile

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The Gallipoli Cathedral, formally the Co-Cathedral Basilica of Saint Agatha the Virgin, is a Roman Catholic church located in the town of Gallipoli in Apulia, Italy. Completed in 1696, the Baroque church is a minor basilica and the co-cathedral of the Diocese of Nardò-Gallipoli.

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