10 Facts You Might Not Know About Bari

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10 Facts You Might Not Know About Bari


1. The city of Bari is divided into four urban centres.

2. Bari’s Airport is named after Pope John Paul the Second, Karol Wojtyła Airport.

3. Bari’s Climate is considerably favourable for outdoor activities compared to other European cities.

4. Bari is located in the region of Apulia and is also the regional capital of this region.

5. Bari has been related to very outstanding people on the worldwide stage including of Pope Benedict XIII.

6. Bari’s delicacies and gastronomy is based totally on three main elements which are found in Puglia vicinity: wheat, olive oil and wine.

7. The Latin name for Bari is Barium.

8. Castello Svevo was originally built by the Norman King Ruggero II in the 12th century.

9. Bari was conquered and ruled by the Goths and Lombards as well as the Byzantines.

10. Bari is the second biggest city in southern Italy.

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