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Cattedrale, Altamura
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  • Especially the light color of the lining and the conformation of the façade, the long side on the top has some sort of external Gallery at arcatelli. Unfortunately the Cathedral was closed at 18 Saturday night. There were lights for Christmas and packed with people.
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  • Anyone visiting the city of Altamura advise him to visit the Cathedral to say the least and beautiful ...
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  • It is the symbol of the city. Built around 1230 by Federico II of Svevia in Romanesque style and is a basilica palatina. Legend has it that a column of the aisle is full of gold and jewels. Lately it has been cleaned up and made even prettier! There is a bellissimol stone crib and various chapels. If you are in Altamura is a must visit.
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  • The daytime quiet beauty of sun reflecting on the stone walls and streets is special.
  • The cathedral that is seen from all the points of Altamura. It is absolutely beautiful inside and outside, in particular, the entrance stands out by figural work of miniature sculptures.
  • Imponente cattedrale! Da vedere passando per Altamura
  • One of the few localities deserving in this town. The Cathedral dedicated to the Assunta as often in these areas and maintained in excellent condition. The outside very interesting for its architecture
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  • Cathedral from the rich history, I know says it was Frederick II to make it turn on the access road that connects the two gates of the old town. Preserves a beautiful 16th-century stone crib and the cycle of altarpieces built in the 19th century including the san Paolo di Domenico Morelli.
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