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Le chiese rupestri di Mottola, Mottola
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  • If you love to visit the rock civilization, mottola can't miss, especially the Church of Saint Nicholas is charming, do yourself a guide ... ....
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  • These churches are closed and can only be visited with a professional guide. you can contact Maria on her mail or phone her. I cannot mention her neither the phone number nore the email address (becau...  more »
  • Only the Church of St. Nicholas is worth the visit to this place lost cave in the countryside mottolese off each road circuit. The churches are far from each other but well marked. It's a blast from the past, if you live in the area or you are tourist do everything to get there and then stop at the Masseria Le Marangi. Typical Puglia products of great quality because all produced at home. And in front of a closed area where lives a gragge with a herd of donkeys and a dog who is King! For children, but also adults a sight to keep hooked.
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