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Portico dei Cavalieri Templari, Brindisi

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  • Arriving in Piazza Duomo on his side, stands a medieval building, the so-called Portico of the Templars; It has two Gothic arches separated by a column of Greek marble and its characteristics is dated to XII-XIII century. It actually is a lodge and given its unique location near the Cathedral probably was part of the first Archbishop's Palace in the city. The reference to the Templars is next and only dates back to the 18th century as a result of studies that revealed the presence of a church, a short distance to the Knights Templar, which still existed in Toast with their foundation from 1196. Today the Portico dei Cavalieri Templari serves as the access structure to the Museo Ribezzo, which houses medieval relics, including beautiful stone sarcophagi. Well maintained and cared for, the porch offers visitors a highly suggestive corner.
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  • Small but beautiful spot in Piazza Duomo. It is a trace of the Templars' expeditions who were sailing from Brindisi. The visit is short, but the spot is picturesque.  more »
  • The portico is the entrance to the archaeological museum and is right next to the Cathedral. You can so easy this architectural gem.
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