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Stunning, in all aspects of the word, the vision of the cathedral on the sea: but it is the entire village; the Jewish quarter with its three synagogues, the Swabian Castle that is three-quarters over water, the noble palaces that face the port, the ancient church and the Courthouse, that render this city an unforgettable experience.  An ancient maritime and commercial centre, today the location of the town docks, mooring of sailing boats and speedboats, Trani has been built in pink-hued stone, a product of the same land upon which it stands and this colour is retained in the memory of the visitors, together with a snapshot of this museum city to be enjoyed at every angle. ...
Cathedral  Trani   CATHEDRAL  TRANI
Built in honour of St. Nicolas the Pilgrim, work began on this cathedral in 1099, the year in which the saint was canonised. It was completed in 1143 without a...
 
Swabian castle Trani   SWABIAN CASTLE TRANI
Trani castle is one of the most beautiful examples of fortification erected in Puglia by Frederick II of Swabia. Its construction, which mirrors the shape of the...
 
 Scolanova Synagogue Trani   SCOLANOVA SYNAGOGUE TRANI
Just like the Church of Sant'Anna, the Church of Santa Maria Scolanova (13th century), was one of the four synagogues that existed in the city’s Jewish district....
 
Church of the Templars Trani   CHURCH OF THE TEMPLARS TRANI
The Church of Ognissanti, also known as the Church of the Templars and whose apses reflect in the nearby port, was built by the Knights Templar during the first...
 
Church and Monastery of Santa Maria di Colonna Trani   CHURCH AND MONASTERY OF SANTA MARIA DI COLONNA TRANI
Located on the peninsula of the same name, about 2 km from the town centre, this monument dates back to the start of the 1100’s. The...
 
Beltrani Palace Trani   BELTRANI PALACE TRANI
 Beltrani Palace rise as one of the best preserved examples of Renaissance architecture in Trani, evidence of the urban development that has accompanied the...
 
Clock Tower Trani   CLOCK TOWER TRANI
Built with money from the municipality in the year 1473, the tower rises next to the Church of San Donato; on it there used to be a public clock that was considered...
 
Palazzo Caccetta Trani   PALAZZO CACCETTA TRANI
This palazzo was commissioned by the merchant Simone Caccetta in the years between 1449 and 1453, and was declared national monument in 1856. The principal façade...
 
St. Ann's Church Trani   ST. ANN'S CHURCH TRANI
The ancient Synagogue of "Scola Grande", built in 1247, as an Hebrew inscription found in the temple testifies, then turned into a church and dedicated...
 
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