Fortino S. Antonio
Fortino S. Antonio
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Alessandro F
Milan, Italy31,797 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
Roberto il Guiscardo, the famous Norman leader had it built in 1071 to protect the ancient port, dedicated to Saint Antonio Abate for a small chapel found inside the walls.
Written February 27, 2020
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angela0809
Genoa, Italy2,770 contributions
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Jul 2023 • Couples
On the Lungomare Imperatore Augusto, the Fort was one of the four bulwarks of the city walls. From here you can admire a beautiful panorama.
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Written April 8, 2024
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ondadimare
Italy15,636 contributions
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Oct 2023 • Friends
…the Fort of San Antonio is certainly a place to see if you arrive in Bari!!…it is a part of the wall that surrounds Bari Vecchia!!…here in one of the highest points a watchtower was built…in defense of the sieges from the old port of the city!!…the Tower is dedicated to San Antonio…due to the fact that it is said that here there was a pre-existing Church dedicated to the Saint and then it was destroyed!!…the Fort has been used a lot over the years for military purposes!!…then with the passage of time it fell into disuse!!…becoming the property of the Municipality!!…I was at the Fort in San Antonio!!…and it lives on on the seafront of Bari!!…in those who pass by here to look around and admire the enchanting view it offers us of the city!!…and the sea!!…
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Written December 8, 2023
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