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v. Ruggero de Simone 1 I - 72100 Brindisi
It was Phillipe d'Anjou and his wife Colette de Valois who took the initiative to have this superb church built in the 14C. It is a superb example of transition Romanesque-Gothic architecture. The façade is animated by the geometric interplay of two-..
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Piazza del Duomo I - 72100 Brindisi
There are many tourist attractions situated around this square including the Loggia Balsamo, built in the 14C, the Templars porch, of the same era and the Romanesque cathedral which was rebuilt in the 18C and which preserves the remains of an old mos..
Piazza San Giovanni al Sepolcro I - 72100 Brindisi
Built in the 11C this the Church of the Templars has a door with a canopy (over the door) supported by lions.
v. Manzoni I - 72100 Brindisi
This church has a very simple interior, with three naves separated by columns with Corinthian capitals and a zoomorphic (cows, lions and rams) under a vault intersected with ribs. A portico with small polygonal columns with extremely stylised capital..
v. Santa Lucia I - 72100 Brindisi
This Romanesque church preserves frescoes that are now very badly damaged dating from the 13C. The earlier Basilian church survives underneath the building, with its ogival crossed arches supported by columns with Corinthian capitals. The walls are d..