EXPLORING LECCE

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EXPLORING LECCE

EXPLORING LECCE

Lecce is called the "Lady of the Baroque", and it is precisely the Baroque art that characterizes the spiers, portals, churches, monuments and houses of the historic center.
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Lecce
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Lecce is called the "Lady of the Baroque", and it is precisely the Baroque art that characterizes the spiers, portals, churches, monuments and houses of the historic center.
Together with the Theater (in via Arte della Cartapesta), it is the most important testimony of the Roman era. The Amphitheater was built in the 2nd century AD. to entertain enthusiastic spectators with the shows and games that took place inside (the building could accommodate about 20,000
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Anfiteatro romano
51 Via XXV Luglio
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Together with the Theater (in via Arte della Cartapesta), it is the most important testimony of the Roman era. The Amphitheater was built in the 2nd century AD. to entertain enthusiastic spectators with the shows and games that took place inside (the building could accommodate about 20,000
Near Piazza Sant'Oronzo stands the Castle commissioned by King Charles V in 1539. The design of the building was entrusted to the architect Gian Giacomo dell'Acaya and required the demolition of the Chapel of the Holy Trinity and the Celestine Monastery of Santa Croce in to which two of the towers that make up the fortress were named.
Castello di Carlo V
Near Piazza Sant'Oronzo stands the Castle commissioned by King Charles V in 1539. The design of the building was entrusted to the architect Gian Giacomo dell'Acaya and required the demolition of the Chapel of the Holy Trinity and the Celestine Monastery of Santa Croce in to which two of the towers that make up the fortress were named.
Piazza Sant’Oronzo is the main square of Lecce, the city lounge, which has always been a meeting and meeting place. Shops, cafes, offices crowd the suggestive oval square whose pavement is adorned with a mosaic depicting the city's coat of arms: the she-wolf under an holm oak tree and the crown with 5 towers.
Piazza Sant'Oronzo
Piazza Piazza Sant'Oronzo
Piazza Sant’Oronzo is the main square of Lecce, the city lounge, which has always been a meeting and meeting place. Shops, cafes, offices crowd the suggestive oval square whose pavement is adorned with a mosaic depicting the city's coat of arms: the she-wolf under an holm oak tree and the crown with 5 towers.
The Basilica of Santa Croce with the adjacent Celestini Convent is one of the largest architectural complexes in the city and above all, the most significant example of Lecce Baroque, especially for the opulence of the decorations on the main facade.
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Church of the Holy Cross
1 Via Umberto I
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The Basilica of Santa Croce with the adjacent Celestini Convent is one of the largest architectural complexes in the city and above all, the most significant example of Lecce Baroque, especially for the opulence of the decorations on the main facade.
The Cathedral of Lecce stands in the square of the same name and represents the fulcrum of the religious life of the city. The Cathedral dedicated to Maria SS. Assunta, was built in 1144, was renovated in 1230 and then completely rebuilt in 1659.
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Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta
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The Cathedral of Lecce stands in the square of the same name and represents the fulcrum of the religious life of the city. The Cathedral dedicated to Maria SS. Assunta, was built in 1144, was renovated in 1230 and then completely rebuilt in 1659.
A magnificent example of Salento Romanesque architecture, the Cerrate Abbey is a small jewel located on the provincial road that connects Squinzano to Casalabate.
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Abbazia di Santa Maria di Cerrate
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A magnificent example of Salento Romanesque architecture, the Cerrate Abbey is a small jewel located on the provincial road that connects Squinzano to Casalabate.