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Discover 6 places to see in Andria

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Castel del Monte

The castle is built directly on a rocky outcropping at many points, and is universally known for its octagonal shape. On each of the eight edges are grafted eight towers of the same shape in curtain walls in local limestone, marked by a frame open spandrel eight monòfore in the lower floor, seven Windows and one mullioned window, facing the top one in Andria.
The courtyard, octagonal in shape, is characterized as the whole building, from colour contrast arising out of the use of gap reef, limestone and marble; at one time there were also ancient sculptures, of which only slab depicting the proc


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Duomo

The Church of Santa Maria Assunta is Andria Cathedral. The Cathedral was built daGoffredo d'altavilla, Lord of Andria, in the late 11th century and early 12th century on a previous Church, dedicated to St. Peter, before the year 1000 and that today corresponds to the crypt of the building.
Inside are preserved the relics of Saint John, the Holy thorn of Jesus and the wives of Frederick II and Jolanda of Brienne, Isabella of England. The Bell Tower was built on an old Tower of Longobard (VII-VIII century);


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Dragee Museum "Giovanni Mamo"

The artisanal confectionery of the Mucci family located in the historic centre of Bari at Via Giammarota 12, contains without a doubt a century of prestigious work marked by awards and honours. A business that began in 1894 by Nicola Mucci. Where in fact, after a five year apprenticeship at the chocolate store Caflish in Naples, he decided to open a store in Andria, near the Cathedral, with sweets, chocolates, candies and liquors. The confectionery art was perfected with the creation of the "Imperial Almond" for the wedding of Umberto of Savoia to Maria Jose and the creation of the famous "Ten


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Diocesan Museum

The Diocesan Museum is housed in the seventeenth-century Palazzo Vescovile di Andria Barletta-Andria-Trani.

There are materials from the Duomo and other chiesedella City: the history of the Cathedral, vestments, sacred furniture, silver, paintings from the ' 400 to 600, jewellery, statues for a Nativity (15th century), a wooden crucifix delTrecento, a Byzantine icon of the Madonna with child (1275circa), the bust of Francesco II del Balzo, by Francesco Laurana (15th century), a portable altar of 1200 three paintings by Antonio Vivarini, representatives respectively St. Augustine St. Clare, e.


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Catuma Square

Piazza Vittorio Emanuele (formerly piazza Catuma so named because under it there are catacombs) is the main square of Andria.


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S. Andrea Port

S. Andrea port or arch of Frederick II (XI century). It was built at the time of the Normans and Frederick II back from the sixth crusade, finding the city faithful made carve on it the famous words that he addressed to the community;


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