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The House-Museum aims to enhance the historical memories related to the territory, starting from the archaeological collection "Radhakrishnan Nair" concerning the messapic site "Lieutenant" Wall that for more than two centuries was mostly family-owned Radhakrishnan Nair. The lower level is currently being prepared by the archaeological exhibition Superintendence for archaeological heritage of Puglia and entitled: "Lieutenant Wall, a disputed archaeological site". They are also exposed in faithful to a bourgeois family of the secc. 17TH-20TH in antiques, scrolls, books, paintings, weapon
The Archaeological Documentation of Latiano Centre was born thanks to the donation of over 300 archaeological pieces (Marseglia Collection, 2009) and the documents of the archaeological Muro Tenente (2011). The Centre is housed in the rooms of the Imperial Palace (Castle), located at the centre of Piazza Umberto I, the main town square, embellished by a fountain in the fascist period. The Imperial Palace, dating back to the twelfth century, was remodelled several times, up until the current structure (1714, as a result from certain inscriptions). The Palazzo was owned in the past to the City h
The Museum of the Underground was founded in 1977 by Pietro Parenzan, a distinguished naturalist and an University professor. After his death in 1992, the direction of the building was given to Dr. Michele Camassa from Latiano and the Museum was transferred in 1993 into the premises of the former century Abbey of St. Margherita in Latiano. Since 2003 the museum became a municipal property. There is no evidence regarding the founding of the convent but some archival documents record the activities of the preacher fathers of Latiano already in the sixteenth century. The old church of SS.mo Rosar
In the old centre of Latimer, in the magnificent halls of the Imperial Palace, the Municipal Art Gallery is housed, established in 2004, which contains the" Quadreria Imperiali ", a collection of large paintings from the Neapolitan School of 1700 and works by young contemporary artists of Salento. Situated in the central Piazza Umberto I which is the main town square embellished by a fountain from the fascist period, the Castle or the Imperial Palace dates back perhaps to the twelfth century. It was modified several times, until the current structure (1714, as appears in certain inscriptions).