The splendid Concattedrale di Troia is an extraordinary example of Apulian Romanesque enriched by an unusual use of decorations.
In the upper part of the village and in an unexpected position stands the ancient Church dedicated to the Assumption which was a cathedral.
The Mother Church of Alberona, dedicated to the Nativity of the Virgin Mary, is the most important sign left in the village by the Knights Templar.
Set on the edge of a barranco and surrounded by trees, the abbey church appears to be almost military sobriety for those coming from Troia and those arriving in the Middl...
Interesting is the graceful eighteenth-century church dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul.
Very beautiful is the Church dedicated to Saints Peter and Nicholas which is located near the Doge’s Palace.