Pinacoteca metropolitana di Bari - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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The Metropolitan Art Gallery of Bari "Corrado Giaquinto" is an important Italian art museum. It was established on 12 July 1928 and initially housed in the local Government Palace. The Pinacoteca is named after the eighteenth-century Apulian painter Corrado Giaquinto. It offers the visitor a wide and articulated panorama of the Apulian artistic culture or in a direct or indirect relationship with Puglia.
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0.67km from Pinacoteca metropolitana di Bari
The Petruzzelli theater is the largest theater in Bari and the fourth largest in Italy , located in the heart of the Apulian capital. It is the most prestigious cultural building in Bari and Puglia. The building's Umbertino style, a typical Italian style of the late 19th century, fits harmoniously with the rest of the Murat district, the newer part of town. The Fondazione Lirico Sinfonica Petruzzelli oversees the rich artistic program of the theatre, which can seat up to 1,500 spectators.
Museo Teatro Margherita
0.81km from Pinacoteca metropolitana di Bari
The Margherita Theater is one of the historic theaters of the city of Bari , reopened in December 2018 after a long restoration and converted into a museum of contemporary art . The Teatro Margherita was used as a theatre and cinema until 1979. It is used as a museum now.
Piazza del Ferrarese
0.91km from Pinacoteca metropolitana di Bari
Piazza del Ferrarese is a public square in the historic part of Bari, not far from the city's waterfront. It is named in honor of a merchant of Ferrara Stephen Fabri, who lived in Bari in the seventeenth century. Lively and vibrant, the Piazza square is always bustling with people.
1km from Pinacoteca metropolitana di Bari
Piazza Mercantile is the hub of Bari city life, located at the crossroads of Vittorio Emanuele II avenue, the promenade Augusto Imperatore and Piazza del Ferrarese square. This area has been the city’s commercial heart since the 14th century, while today it is a preferred location for most national and international cultural events.
Basilica Cattedrale di San Sabino
1.22km from Pinacoteca metropolitana di Bari
The Bari Cathedral is a religious building of Bari in the region of Apulia in Italy. Although less known than the Basilica of San-Nicola is the seat of the archbishopric of Bari-Bitonto. It is dedicated to Sabin Canosa, a bishop of the vi th century whose relics were made to the ix th century . The current building was built between the xii th and xiii th centuries, on the site of the ruins of the imperial Byzantine cathedral destroyed in 1156 by William I st of Sicily.
Basilica San Nicola
1.28km from Pinacoteca metropolitana di Bari
The Basilica of St. Nicholas was built in the late 11th century to shelter and venerate the relics of St. Nicholas that reached Bari on May 9th, 1087 from the homonymous church in Myra, Lycia. The classical Romanesque-style basilica is located within the ancient fortified citadel, once occupied by the Catapan Court. It was originally constructed to house the relics of St Nicholas, which were stolen from Turkey in 1087 by local fishing folk. Today, it is an important place of pilgrimage for both
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Apulia is a region of Italy, located in the southern peninsular section of the country, bordering the Adriatic Sea to the east, the Ionian Sea to the southeast, and the Strait of Otranto and Gulf of Taranto to the south. The region comprises 19,345 square kilometers, and its population is about four million.