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The Province of Brindisi

APULIA REGION
Coat of Arms of the Province of Brindisi

The province of Brindisi in Puglia has 402,870 inhabitants and comprises 19 municipalities, in addition to the capital Brindisi. Today the province is enjoying success in the service sector that is focusing on development and marketing of quality local produce, as well as an enhancement of it’s natural and artistic heritage that are the basis of a strong cultural tourism.

Folk Festivals of Apulia
 

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Brindisi


The city has historically played an important role in trade and culture, due to it’s favorable position to the Far East and it’s natural harbor on the Adriatic Sea, relevant to trade and transport to Greece and the Middle East ... more

 
 
Ostuni


It 's also known as "White City" because of it’s quaint old town entirely painted with white lime. Ostuni is built on three hills at a height of 218 meters above sea level and is a famous tourist center. In 2009 it received the Blue Flag and five sails Legambiente for the clean waters of it’s coast and the quality of services offered ... more

 
 
Oria


The foundation of Oria, according to Herodotus, came at the hands of a group of Cretans were shipwrecked off the coast of Salento. They chose the highest hill to begin construction of a city where you can control the surrounding territory. Thus was born Hyria. At the beginning of the thirteenth century, Emperor Frederick II set off a massive fortification that culminated with the construction of a castle ... more

 
 
Zoo Safari Fasanolandia


This is the first Zoo wildlife park in Italy and one of the largest in Europe for number of species present. It contains about 1700 specimens of 200 different species in an area with Mediterranean vegetation extended to about 140 hectares ... more

 
 
 
 
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