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Via S. Domenico, 52, 70043, Monopoli Italy
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Private guided tour in Monopoli: walking through the old town center
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Private guided tour in Monopoli: walking through the old town center

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Private guided tour to discover the medieval village of Monopoli, in a labyrinth of narrow streets, alleys and small squares where an interesting historical-artistic heritage is concentrated.<br><br>You will have the opportunity to learn about art and history and get in touch with the traditions and culture of this beautiful Apulian city.<br>-------------------------------------<br><br>This private guided tour will give you the opportunity to visit the Medieval old town of Monopoli, a maze of picturesque alleys and squares where many historical and artistic monuments are set.<br><br>Apulian town.
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PointerDetroit wrote a review Dec 2017
Detroit, Michigan774 contributions195 helpful votes
Worth poking your head in. This old town area has more churches per square foot than anywhere I have visited. You stumble on them every few feet. I wonder what prompted the building of one every block.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Oldjack wrote a review May 2017
Greater Melbourne, Australia19,589 contributions2,155 helpful votes
This large sits on the edge of the old twon adjacent to Piazza Septembre and is not one of the most impressive churches.Entry is via a small alley down a few steps. Worth a look
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Date of experience: May 2017
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