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This city is easy to “take in”, pragmatic, full of vitality, founded on the diverse dominations of this area: not to mention the Town Hall – ex convent of S. Cataldo, a building from the Sixteenth Century with a fascinating cloister.  The necropolis of S. Magno is not to be missed (VII Century B.C.), together with the church of S. Maria Maggiore, the church and convent of S. Benedetto and that of S. Domenico (XIII Century). ...
Dolmen Chianca dei Paladini Corato   DOLMEN CHIANCA DEI PALADINI CORATO
The dolmen, or tomb with gallery, is a funeral monument from the 14th century BC made of large slabs of stone vertically placed on the earth and covered by a large...
 
Church and Convent of Del Carmine Corato   CHURCH AND CONVENT OF DEL CARMINE CORATO
The facade of the Santa Maria del Carmine Church overlooks via Carmine. In the wall perimeter that has a rough rustication finish, there is a simple architrave...
 
Madre S.M. Maggiore Church Corato   MADRE S.M. MAGGIORE CHURCH CORATO
According to tradition the oldest information about the church goes back to 1139, even though the actual building preserves very few features from this early construction...
 
Palazzo de Mattis Corato   PALAZZO DE MATTIS CORATO
Known in ancient times as “Palazzo delle pietre pizzute" (palace of the pointy stones), characterised by large diamond-point rustication that cover the upper...
 
Necropolis of Saint Magno Corato   NECROPOLIS OF SAINT MAGNO CORATO
About 13 km from Corato in a south-southeasterly direction, a necropolis of barrow graves has been discovered. The central area of the necropolis stretches about...
 
Palazzo di Città Corato   PALAZZO DI CITTÀ CORATO
Palazzo di Città, a former Franciscan convent of San Cataldo, was edified in 1506 by the Minor Observants next to a pre-existent church of the same name that had...
 
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