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Cattedrale Bitonto, Bitonto

(4.9/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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  • Apparently I might err by parochialism (also due to the associated image to my profile) in assessing the Cathedral so positively in my town. But I assure you that more than my bitontinità predominates my being, since the days of high school, a big fan of the Romanesque. And that, worldwide, it is one of the most shining examples. Already the exteriors (with the central portal, the canopy, the side porch) represent the best of this architectural style. But, in my opinion, the best part is reserved inside where the wooden ceiling, the aisles with their galleries and trefoils, the baptismal font, and last but not least, the wonderful pulpit. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the crypt and the remains of the early Christian Church. Hoping that the sooner you provide to give further prestige to the urgent restoration of the nearby Cathedral and decadent Palazzo De Lerma (privately owned).
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  • Worth visiting. Tour guides (free) and art-historical glimpses of the highest level!
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  • don't lose the occasion, whenever I can, to visit the Cathedral of Bitonto. In the years ' 90 has been restored and brought to light what for centuries had been swamped by a new floor. The underground part holds the remains of the ancient via Traiana, of what was the old cathedral, but above all what was the shrine of Christians, when they used to bury the dead inside the churches. A unique architectural heritage in a city full of historic buildings and so much history. Really worth a visit
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  • One of the most beautiful Romanesque cathedrals in Puglia