Overlooking an evocative port in which distinctive fishing boats brim and dominated by the outburst of its most distinctive symbol, that of the splendid Romanesque Cathedral, the city of Trani stands out with its breathtaking scenery, rich in history and harmonious architectural lines, both permeated by the influence of Frederick II of Swabia, who made Trani his maritime fortress. The city’s history unfolds through the centuries, becoming the protagonist of its greatest splendor in the 15th century, the century in which it was formed as a fundamental maritime and trading center of the lower Adriatic and housed an arsenal of the Serenissima Republic of Venice. Along a substantial time span, going from the Middle Ages to the 1700s, a large number of noble palaces rise within the city’s boundaries, which have always contributed to enhancing its already appreciable heritage.
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