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Written by Michela | 19 May, 2010 9:00
Polignano a Mare In the province of Bari is one of the white pearls Puglia, set on a stretch of coastline dotted with numerous coves and particularly affected by erosion.
the old town is certainly a beauty and it's made many houses overlooking the sea from which branches off an intricate web of alleys that sometimes lead to the opening on the cliff: veritable terraces.
In fact, the historic core is perched on a rocky plateau overlooking the sea (the highest point’ upper reaches 24 m high!!!) and soil are different caves due to the topography of the area. These include the Cave Palazzese.
The heart of life Polignano a Mare is situated in the central square Clock, Today Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II on which stands the Chiesa Matrice of 1295, within which there is a wooden pulpit of the sixteenth century and a baptismal font 1776.