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The Pontifical Basilica di San Nicola is an important church in Bari, located in southern Italy. Its crypt is said to shelter the relics and bones of Saint Nicholas, of Santa Claus fame. Visitors can explore the basilica's magnificent interior alone or with a guide, and learn how it was built between the 11th and 12th century. It is now an important pilgrimage destination for Roman Catholics and Orthodox Christians from Eastern Europe.
Casa Noha is a 25-minute multimedia exhibit in a 16th-century family home, which details the history of the town and Sassi cave dwellings. It makes a great starting point for a visit to Matera, Italy.
Sasso Caveoso is a district in the Italian city of Matera, Basilicata. It is famous for its ancient rock-hewn cave dwellings which have been inhabited since the Paleolithic period.
The MOOM is a museum of olive oil production in the ancient city of Matera. The building, like many buildings in Matera, is hewn out of tufa rock, and it's assumed to date back to the 16th century.
The Trulli of Alberobello are unique and fascinating buildings with a conical roof, located in Alberobello. These UNESCO-listed limestone dwellings have a history dating as far back as the 14th century, and are a popular sightseeing destination due to their iconic and quirky appearance.
Originally a motte-and-bailey castle for the Normans, the Castle of Barletta has undergone a great deal of work over the centuries since the first structure was erected. Royal houses and Holy Roman Emperors have added to the castle since then, and it now houses a museum on the castle's history. Expect to see rare relics like a bust of Frederick II, as well as paintings and sculptures from the 1600s to the 1900s.