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The Region of Puglia, situated on Italy's southeast coast, boasts art
and archaeology treasures (including several UNESCO World
Heritage Sites), historic landmarks, areas of religious significance,
world-class beaches and resorts, and foods and wines that are
enjoyed around the world.

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Statues of the Santi Medici, Saints Cosma
and Damiano, at the Santuario Santi Medici
Cosma e Damiano in Bitonto.
A cafe and souvenir shop in Alberobello.
A typical local bakery in Puglia.
Photo by Christina Brandi/Puglia Connection
The Colossus of Barletta is a large
bronze statue of a Roman emperor.
Photo by Christina Brandi/Puglia Connection
ABOVE: A wine-dispensing machine
inside a shopping mall in Puglia.
Photo by Michael Brandi/Puglia Connection
LEFT: The Adriatic Sea coastline at
Santo Spirito.
Photo by Michael Brandi/Puglia Connection
The enigmatic Castel del Monte in Andria, Puglia, was constructed by Holy Roman
Emperor Frederick II in the 1240s utilizing octagons throughout.
Photos by Jeff Barrington/Puglia Connection
The dramatic Adriatic Sea coastline at Polignano
a Mare in the Province of Bari.
Photos by Jeff Barrington/Puglia Connection