Palazzo Granafei Nervegna
Palazzo Granafei Nervegna
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nadia16
Rekem, Belgium81 contributions
Apr 2017
Free entrance (some days via the cloister on the left of the palace)
The original top of the Brindisi Colonne at the port (which carries a copy top) -enormous and so nice, with all the people figures on it still preserved.
Furthermore also nice Roman remains like a beautiful mosaic.
Don't forget to cross the street to Theatre Verdi, a modern building but underneath it the -again free- entrance to some more Roman remains,like the excavation of a whole Roman street with the cobbles and cart tracks still visible! and with a domus and baths on either side of the street. English explanations on cards along the remains.
Written April 11, 2017
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Nimrod104
Harpenden, UK337 contributions
May 2017 • Couples
Whilst the columns at the Appian Way steps look impressive, make sure you go here to see the original. It's free to enter and is housed in an old palace that is now a restaurant. You get to see the top of the column close up.
Written May 27, 2017
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mike r
Bromsgrove, UK1,300 contributions
May 2019 • Couples
Having seen the original site of the columns it is well worth coming here to see this wonderful head of column displayed and preserved. At this height you can appreciate its beauty and size.
This is a modern public building ideal for this purpose and free to enter. Lots of interesting information explaining the history and task of transporting the exhibit to this site. Well worth a look, and there is a café.
Written June 6, 2019
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nicascc
San Vito dei Normanni, Italy585 contributions
Jun 2019 • Friends
In this palace the high course of justice " Corte d'Appello" was situated , now the pubblic Office and a big place where you can observ the top of the marble column that sign the start of Via Appia, some minute s are we'll spent for visit this place
Written June 6, 2019
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nicascc
San Vito dei Normanni, Italy585 contributions
Mar 2016 • Couples
This Palace was The side of The cpurt of Appello in Brindisi. Ti Day you can find The top of The colunm that you find at The biginning of Appia roda in front of The harbour view .
Written March 16, 2016
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Apela0
Province of Malaga, Spain12 contributions
Aug 2014 • Solo
Also because I always went there for a coffee and their typical pasticiotto cake. A beautiful building with a lovely park in front.
Written June 30, 2015
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