7 Sights in Gallipoli, Italy (with Map and Images)
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1. Chiesa Santa Maria degli Angeli
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
The church of the Most Holy Crucifix, home to the homonymous brotherhood, is a church in the historic center of Gallipoli. It was erected in 1750 on the land owned by the Dominican Fathers purchased by the Confraternity in 1741. The construction of the structure, whose design is due to Carlo Multò, captain of artillery in service at the Royal Castello di Gallipoli, was performed by the Mastro Covero Ortensio Preite
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3. Chiesa di San Domenico al Rosario
The church of San Domenico al Rosario, annexed to the former convent of the Dominicans, is a place of Catholic worship in Gallipoli built in 1696. Built on a project by the master Valerio Margoleo di Martano, it stands on the remains of a pre-existing sacred building of which some architectural elements remain. It is home to the historic Confraternity of the Rosary.
4. Chiesa di San Francesco d'Assisi
The church of San Francesco d'Assisi is a Baroque building in the historic center of Gallipoli. The ancient nucleus of the church dates back to the thirteenth century, but subsequent alterations, which took place between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, have radically transformed the structure hiding the original medieval lines.
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5. Duomo e Curia Vescovile
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.
6. Torre San Giovanni della Pedata
Torre San Giovanni la Pedata is a coastal tower located in the municipality of Gallipoli, in Lido San Giovanni. It was built in the sixteenth century for defensive purposes following the raids of the Saracens.
7. Torre Sabea
Torre Sabea is a coastal tower of Salento located in the municipality of Gallipoli, in the locality of Crocefisso. It was built for defensive purposes in the sixteenth century and rises 6 m above sea level.
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