Postcards from Bari ๐Ÿ–ผ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น๐ŸŒŠ

Postcards from Bari

Because of its geographical position, Bari has naturally played the role of gateway of the Eastern Mediterranean, trade center and point of exchange on the route used since Greek and Roman times to the crusades and, more recently, as linkage with the Western Balkans. Bari has a long history of socialand cultural connections between the Eastern and Western half of the Mediterranean, epitomised by the story of the patron saint of the city, bishop of Myra in Asia Minor, whose remains then got moved to Italy and are now revered by the wide Christian Church, along with the many traditions linked to the saint.

Seafront in Bari

Great food traditions resulting from the encounter of various routes and good quality ingredients are an indispensable presence on both homely and restaurants’ tables all over Apulia. Bari cannot be an exception to this rule, with many good restaurants and a well-rooted culture for delicious preparations, every meal can be a source of pleasure for your eyes and tastebuds.

Black & White restaurant

Until recently I was not aware there was an amazing collection of paintings by Apulian painters, hosted in what used to be the Palace of the Province in Bari. Quite a pleasant discovery with amazing artworks by medieval artists, Giaquinto, Netti and many more. Really worth the visit.

La siesta

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