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This place is massive. What's nice about this church is that it's not fussy like many churches, it is built to show that it is a grand church, and the church is not full of paintings, just fantastic roof paintings.
The crypt is also very...More
It's a plain, spare church. Unless you're really, really religious, I'd give this place a pass. Nothing much to see here that can't be seen in thousands of other typical churches throughout Europe. Not bad, just completely unexceptional.
The present building was constructed between the late 12th and late 13th centuries, mostly in the last thirty years of the 12th century, and was built on the site of the ruins of the Imperial Byzantine cathedral destroyed in 1156 by William I of Sicily....More
The cathedral is in the typical old and beautiful style, the style you find that many churches here in Bari have. It is a relaxing spot if you want to take a moment of silence and pray. You can also see the incredible well preserved...More
I can't explain it, but when i entered the Cathedral and starting appreciating the Stations of the Cross, I became emotional. I have seen many Cathedrals in Italy, and they are all phenomenal - this one included.
The main Cathedral of Bari is San Nicola by default. However, the Cathedral of Bari is San Sabino. San Sabino (Saint Sabinus) was a bishop of Canosa, whose relics were brought here in the IX century. It is 200 metres southwest of the Basilica of...More
Underneath this cathedral is an incredible world of relics from Roman, early Christian, early medieval and late medieval times. Impressive well preserved mosaics (Roman and early Christian, as well the the remains of early Christian and medieval churches upon which the current cathedral was built....More