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Discover 3 places to see in Bisceglie

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Museo Civico Archeologico "F. Saverio Maiellaro"

The Museum was established on 11th October 1973. The exhibition space is currently located on the second floor of the former Monastery of St. Cross, built between the 16th and 18th centuries, which combines three structures: The Church, The Monastery of the Minor Friars and the Convent of Clarisse. On the first floor of the building there is the "Bishop P. Sarnelli" Municipal Library and the Historical Archives. The museum consists mainly of archaeological finds from the following areas: The Mastrodonato Caves, The Cave of Santa Croce and the Bisceglie zone characterised by the presence of Dol


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Diocesan Museum-Sezione di Bisceglie

The Museum was established in 1980 and then reopened to the public many years later. On 22nd December 2008 an agreement was signed between the Archdiocese of Barletta-Andria-Trani and the Municipality of Bisceglie which has helped to strengthen the "Museums system" of the Archdiocese allowing the use of the premises of the former Bishop’s Palace and of the old seminar as the home of the Diocesan Museum of Bisceglie. Thus, the Diocesan Museum occupies an area of over two thousand square meters inside the Bishop’s Palace that is located next to the Romanesque Cathedral. It spreads over three flo


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Ethnographic Museum "Francesco Prelorenzo"

The Francesco Prelorenzo Ethnographic Museum was founded in 1987 by Prof. Luigi Palmiotti and has its headquarters in the Norman tower of the Svevo Castle thanks to an agreement with the City Hall. The Norman Tower was entrusted by the City Hall to the Archeoclub after having recognised the importance of the association to the enhancement of cultural heritage. The Ethnographic Museum has its collection distributed between three floors. The first floor houses equipment related to country life and the lost trades of seafarers. The second houses old furniture and objects dating back to 1700-1800.


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