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A visit to the cave-dwelling situated in Vico Solitario will help you to gain an insight into the traditions and customs of the inhabitants of the ancient Sassi quarters of Matera before they were moved…
According to local chronicles, the construction of the Church was commissioned in 1860 by  Silvio Zurla, the Commander of the Knights of Malta.
The Church of San Giovanni Battista is one of the most beautiful and best preserved examples of the Apulian-Romanesque style that can be admired in Matera. The original structure dates back to the years before…
The Church of San Domenico was built in 1230. The Dominican friars arrived around 1360 but they settled here definitely in the following century. The monastery was enlarged in the 17thC  and was abandoned in…
The events revolving around the building of the Tramontano Castle are cruel chapters of the history of Matera. The Count Tramontano ordered the building of the Castle as the symbol of his domination on the…
The Church of San Francesco d'Assisi overlooks a large square situated on an interesting archaeological site showing characteristics similar to the entrenched villages of the Neolithic period. In the Middle Ages, this area was used…
Commissioned  by Bishop Vincenzo Lanfranchi, Palazzo Lanfranchi was designed and intended  as a diocesan seminary by Friar Francesco da Copertino between 1668 and 1672; it is one of the first examples of urban development that…
The Cathedral of Matera is situated on the Civita, the highest and most prominent part of the historic city. The Cathedral was built between 1230 and 1270 in Apulian-Romanesque style. It was erected  on an…
The Musma is Matera’s Museum of Modern Sculpture.Inaugurated in 2006 and situated in the 17thC Palazzo Pomarici, this is the only museum in Italy entirely devoted to sculpture. The building, covering altogether 3000 m₂, has…
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