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The Civic Museum in Bovino is named after the surgeon Carlo Gaetano Nicastro, local historian and Honorary Inspector for Antiquities and Works of Art, who restored and preserved many archaeological finds from Bovino. The donation of his private collection, coming from excavations conducted in the region, was the first step to the founding of the museum which was opened in 1925 at the Pisani Palazzo. The building, with the main entrance on the Marino Boffa square, has a quadrilateral and from the outside, homogeneous form. Following a renovation and restoration, it emerged that the current shap
The museum was founded in 1999 on the initiative of Mons. Giuseppe Casale, a bishop from the Archdiocese of Foggia-Bovino. The museum is housed in the castle that was built by the Normans on the ruins of a Roman fortress and later expanded by the Suebics. In 1600 it was transformed into a aristocratic palace by Guevara dukes. The massive Norman constructed cylindrical tower is still visible and is situated at the edge of the ancient formwork, putted on a spur of a truncated pyramid. Majestic in the simplification of its entirety and for its massive building, from the top of a rock it overlooks