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Pulo, Molfetta
(3.5/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The Pulo of Molfetta currently is closed and not open to the public in a State of disrepair. In fact this was managed by the province of Bari that having closed its doors won't care more of the site. The facility is beautiful, it is a sinkhole with a system of caves where they seem to have inhabited Neolithic men having found traces of bones. The city of Molfetta has asked several times to pass the management of this site, but the bureaucracy that often obtuse reigns in Italy he preferred that it went into a State of disrepair. Fortunately, the Administration has invested so much in the adjacent Museum which contains many artifacts and traces the history of Pulo.
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  • I had been there about three years ago, we had toured before the Museum villa Campbell and then to the sinkhole, the guide was so kind and helpful: Returned last Sunday we found ... a desolation! Weeds everywhere and abandoned trails, the guide was occupied and so we tried to go it alone but after 10 minutes we have desisted. A real disappointment and abandonment that there aspettavamano.
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  • The Pulo of Molfetta is a unique place, a dip in prehistory and nature. The visitor is surrounded by caves, scents of the Mediterranean maquis and presistorici and signs of mining activity linked to the ancient nitriera of the 1700.
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  • Archaeological site of Molfetta. Could be developed but it is always closed. Such a pity
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  • A fine culture medium so wonderful in degradation
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  • from visitare...ma to be enhanced
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  • nice place but neglected by the city of Molfetta, what a pity ...
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  • Interesting archaeological site
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