Molfetta (Puglia) is a coastal municipality of 59.623 inhabitants, located at 15 meters above sea level Metropolitan City of Bari, Its territory covers an area of 58,30 sq. km.
The old road leading into the center of Molfetta, a city of sailors, who after a short narrow streets opening onto the harbor.
Behind the quay of the Seminar, stands the Cathedral of St. Conrad, with its two towers, a civic lookout and the other bell the Chapter, in a curious division of power.
The ancient village, built on the island of St. Andrew is surrounded by steep walls of the sea in the center of which there is the Tower Passari circular.
The plant of the oldest part has the herringbone plant and wind typical of the Dalmatian city.
Passing by Piazza, including palaces, chapels and shrines, you come to the Town Hall Square with the Hall of the Knights Templar, the Cathedral and the Basilica.
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History Culture and Beauty of the Earth to Discover (Tourist Promotion Agency)