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Parrocchia di San Corrado, Molfetta

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  • Beautiful inside but there are more beautiful cathedrals in Italy Location at port though beautiful and nicely lit at night
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  • A striking Romanesque cathedral overlooking the Harbor, with a typical medieval historical center. A little piece of heart to come back to always walking around with pleasure.
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  • Strolling through the beautiful historic centre of molfetta do you see the beautiful domes and two bell towers, but arrived on the piazza del porto you have to turn around to the right to see the spectacular and simple white façade and essential in its simple sleganza. To access it you must fall in the old part of town and, after a few steps, enter from a side door. There is just half of the aisle and was immediately impressed with the White glow that the sun shines in all its beauty. Very few decorations, I would say none and the recollection and yours alone without any distraction.
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  • A fine example of Romanesque style church towering over a criss-cross of narrow alleys of the old part of the town.
  • Very very nice
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  • Beautiful Cathedral and landmark of Molfetta
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  • We are talking about the old and historic Old Cathedral of Molfetta. A reference point do this small but big city!
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