Rutigliano
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Discover 3 places to see in Rutigliano

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Museo Capitolare of Rutigliano "s. Maria della Colonna and s. Nicola"

Nineteenth-century building donated by the Family Settanni, born at the ancient moat, facing the main street of town. Consisting of a main floor with rooms full of tempera decorative ceilings and a spacious terrace for catering services and entertainment for the public, the first floor is intended for exposures of their assets or borrow. From a second floor with wooden ceilings intended for the education and restoration Regional Observatory attached to the wood, while a third floor loft with panoramic terraces at the time barred from.


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Museo Civico Archeologico "grace and Peter of woman"

The archaeological record of Rutigliano, the Peucezio centre known as Azetium was acquired through excavations and research in the area. The section preserves prehistoric ceramics of various types ranging from XI-VII century. B.C. The section of the classical age (VI-III century BC.) includes mostly grave goods from the vast and rich necropolis. There are Roman artefacts found in the Purgatory district and signs of a Byzantine and Lombard settlement located near the ruins of St. Apollinaris. The Museum testifies with its collections and its exhibits display from a period of time ranging from t


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Terracotta Whistle Museum "d. Davis"

The Museum was established by act of the City Council in 2004, named after the pioneer of the "Domenico Divella" and is located in the Palazzo San Domenico. This monument was erected towards the end of the 500s together with the church of Santa Maria del Rosario (more popularly known as "the church of San Domenico") where a community of Dominican friars from the order of Dominican (hence the name) were hosted from it’s founding until 1860. With the birth of the new unified Italian state, the friars were suppressed and the monastery became the property of the City. Today Palazzo San Domenico, o


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