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De geschiedenis
The archaic archaeological sites
The Daunians, the Peucetians, the Greeks and the Romans
The ruralisation of the territory, the monastic settlements, the Saracen invasions
The Normans, the Swabians, the Angevins, the Aragonese
The sheep-tracks and the transhumance
Recent history
Modern cities
The Cities of Salpi
Het gebied
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The History
". . . He who looks around, embracing the beautiful Puglian countryside, splendid and irradiated by an azure Elysian sky, sees unfurled before him a truly unique theatre and, as in a mirror, sees concentrated and reflected all of the historical events of Southern Italy. Romans, Carthegians – down there one catches a glimpse of the fields of Canne, the location of the famous battle of Hannibal – Goths, Longobards, Saracens, Byzantines, Normans, the Crusaders – over there, from those coasts, they first set sail – the Hohenstaufens, the Angevins, the Aragonese, the Spanish, the French: he can see all of these apparitions pass before his eyes, one by one, and see the facts and gestures that unite them! (Ferdinand  Gregorovius, an illustrious German historian from the 1800's)
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The archaic archaeological sites
The archaic archaeological sites
The famous Dolmen of Bisceglie, at Chianca, 4 km from Bisceglie on the road to...
The Daunians, the Peucetians, the Greeks and the Romans
The Daunians, the Peucetians, the Greeks and the Romans
The next stable inhabitants came from the...
The ruralisation of the territory, the monastic settlements, the Saracen invasions
The Normans, the Swabians, the Angevins, the Aragonese
The Normans, the Swabians, the Angevins, the Aragonese
All these contributions, each different...
The sheep-tracks and the transhumance
The sheep-tracks and the transhumance
Transhumance or "transhumant breeding"...
Recent history
Recent history
The Aragonese Customs Office was seriously challenged by the followers of the Enlightenment...
Modern cities
Modern cities
In this immense cultivated garden, rich in their own history, the cities, with...
The Cities of Salpi
The Cities of Salpi
Before proceeding with our itinerary, it is necessary to give a short historical...
 
The territory of Puglia Imperiale
The territory of Puglia Imperiale
The name Imperial Puglia quickly and evocatively identifies the area of the cities of Andria, Barletta, Bisceglie, Canosa di Puglia, Corato, Margherita di Savoia, Minervino Murge, San Ferdinando di Puglia, Spinazzola, Trani and Trinitapoli. The tourism promotional plan Imperial Puglia, promoted by the Patto Territoriale per l'Occupazione Nord/Barese Ofantino (Territorial Pact for North Bari/Ofantino Occupation), aims at the rediscovery of the great past of this territory, gathering the 11 cities under the shield of the most famous Federician monument in the world, Castel del Monte...
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