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ST. MICHAEL CAVE

 

The St. Michael Cave is one of the UNESCO sites in Italy, included by National Geographic among the 10 most beautiful sacred caves in the world.

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An ancient apulian tradition: the PAPPAMUSCI

 

The Pappamusci are one of the oldest Apulian traditions, an example of religiosity and folklore that have been handed down for centuries

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CHURCH OF SANTO STEFANO (Soleto, Lecce)

 

The Church of Santo Stefano is a small church that preserves almost perfectly religious frescoes with very good colors and artistic perfection.

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DRY STONE WALLS, OUR WORLD HERITAGE

 

Dry stone walls are one of the symbols of Puglia; “artistic works” from ancient history, realized with techniques that are handed down for generations

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VITTORIO BRANDI, THE APULIAN TORCHBEARER

 

Vittorio Brandi is a fine man from Ostuni who chose sports to achieve a set of objectives seemed impossible

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CARLO LAURORA: TRAVEL DIARY ON MARCO POLO’S FOOTSTEPS

 

Carlo Laurora, a young apulian blogger with an innate cultural vivacity and a positive stubbornness that only contradicts those who have decided to achieve their objectives.

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