Duomo of San Corrado

The Duomo of San Corrado was built in the 12th-13th centuries in Apulian-Romanesque style, using local stone on a basilica plan, a nave with two aisles divided by four central cross-shaped pilasters. The floor has two domes. From the apse area rise two 20 m- towers, one of which acted as watchtower, the other as the usual campanile.
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