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A glowing golden stone church from the 11th to 12th century and a wire art installation of the older church next to it make this a unique site to visit. The artist made a wire suggestion of a church complete with figures on top of...More
Santa Maria di Siponto is a lovely Romanesque church with simple lines and Islamic influences. The archeological site consists of the ruins of a 250AD Paleochristian basilica with a semi circular apse and mosaic pavement, plus the partially excavated remains of ancient Sipontium.
It's a very fascinating site, well managed and full of information and description panels, both for the interesting ancient part and for the contemporary monumental metal net structure, beside the Medieval Church. Here, history and art melt in a unique landmark. You can catch this...More