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As Frederick II was called the Stupor Mundi (wonder of the world) for his advanced ideas and knowledge, the Festival dei Mondi seeks to bring together the bright and interesting ideas of the world in one festival.
An annual extravaganza for opera and symphony lovers takes place in Martina Franca 's most beautiful venues.
Billed as a "scattered festival", the Bari in Jazz is more than an event, it's a month-long music festival.
An historical and beautiful festival is the Cavalcata di Sant'Oronzo in Ostuni which pays homage to the city's patron saint.
Scorrano is famous around Puglia; not for its history, though it's a long and storied one, but for its annual festival of lights.
Fasano pays homage to its history with a month-long festival that culminates in a grand re-enactment.
An event that moves around town and celebrates the sea, the sun and the hometown hero who sang about his birthplace.
It's not uncommon to see cliff divers take spectacular leaps from the rocks of Polignano a Mare, but sometimes the city becomes the mecca of athletes competing for the World Series titles.
A month-long festival in Puglia celebrates the region's unique folk music and dance known as the "tarantella" or "pizzica".
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