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In the elegant town of Galatina, a spare Gothic-facade hides a riot of fabulous frescoes in the basilica.
This gleaming Romanesque jewel is the largest church in Puglia.
One of the hidden highlights of the Salento is the cathedral of Otranto.
Recognized by National Geographic as one of the ten most important sacred caves in the world, the sanctuary of St Michael and the holy complex of Sant'Angelo is a popular pilgrim site.
The first glimpse of the Basilica di Santa Croce in Lecce takes your breath away.
One of the world's best-known saints is also one of the least-known in terms of facts.
A gate and small baroque facade may mislead you into thinking there is not much to see at Santa Cristina, but that would be wrong.
This ancient church is a must see when you're anywhere near Casarano Puglia.
In Alberobello, where the entire town is constructed of trulli, it is only fitting the church follow the style.
Christianity came to Castro in the 4th century and was named a diocesan seat in 682, so there has been a church on this location for many centuries.
In the old town center of Monopoli, the cathedral stands out as an adorned gem amidst the homes and palazzi of the narrow streets.
The church of Purgatory, officially known as the Chiesa di Santa Maria del Suffraggio, is a complete contrast to the next-door cathedral.
Pause for a moment while enjoying the thriving shopping district of Gallipoli to take a look at the church in Corso Roma, the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
In the lovely seaside town of Trani, the cathedral stands out.
The cathedral of Lecce is a must-see, as much for its setting as the church itself.
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