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  • Maria Santissima di Belvedere Sanctuary
    Built on preexisting rupestrian crypts, it is painted with frescoes imitating the Byzantine style. The chapel and the dormitory were built on an ancient hill; the lateral altar is painted with a fresco portraying the Madonna. The chapel was built thanks to the devotion of the people from Carovigno to the Virgin Mary.

  • Sant'Anna Church (17th century)
    Built between the end of the 17th century and the beginning of the following century by the Imperiali family. It was "Jus Patronatus" of Michele Imperiale, the feudal lord of Carovigno. The church, adjacent to the castle, followed all its events, becoming the private chapel of the feudal lords who succeeded.

  • Carmine Church (17th century)
    Along the main avenue of the town, we can admire inside it frescoes dating back to the 17th century and representing the Last Supper, together with a painting representing San Lorenzo, by an unknown painter.

  • Matrice Church (16th century)
    The building is dedicated to the Assumption and is situated along the road linking Porta Brindisi to Porta Nuova. The Church was enlarged in the 16th century.

Province: Brindisi Region: Apulia

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