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It was originally a church practising Orthodox rites prior to the year 1000. In 1228-1229, the present Romanesque church was erected by Frederick II of Swabia. The earthquake of 1456, strongly felt in Brindisi, damaged it. During 1469-1495 it was again rebuilt in a Gothic...More
On a day visit to Ostuni to see the 'White City', we had been generally slightly disappointed as we reached the piazza by the town hall and started up via cattedrale - tourist dominated - as tourists ourselves, hypocritical of course - but the street...More
We were lucky to visit on Sunday when the church was finishing a mass, and it is clearly a warm and welcoming working church as well as a tourist site. It's easy to get blaze about Puglian churches as there so many great ones. For...More
We did a quick visit on our last day in Italia. The duomo was nice to visit, although part of it was under construction. The church combined various styles which is interesting, but by itself it is not really spectacular. Not worth a detour I...More
The little cathedral in Ostuni sits at the top of the old city in a small but beautiful old piazzi. The exterior looks 12th-13th Century, but step inside and you find yourself in (yet another) Baroque interior which frankly jars with the simple but beautiful...More
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We didn't have a car for our stay in Bari, Puglia either. ... we traveled by train everywhere. ..there is a train from Polignano a Mare to Ostuni and then we took the local bus from the rail station into town. When we... More
We didn't have a car for our stay in Bari, Puglia either. ... we traveled by train everywhere. ..there is a train from Polignano a Mare to Ostuni and then we took the local bus from the rail station into town. When we visited the olive oil farm, we took a taxi from the rail station to the farm. Hope this helps...Have a great trip!