Of Messapian origins Nardo' was conquered by the Romans and later became an important Byzantine and Norman centre. Inside the ancient town there are some fine squares flanked by nice churches and buildings.
Inside piazza Salandra there are few interesting building such as the Palazzo del Comune, which was once a castle, and the Immacolata spire.
The Cathedral, founded by the Benedictine monks in 1090, has a nice Baroque facade. Inside there are still traces of frescoes that once embellished the Benedectine church and Baroque altars.
The church of San Domenico has an outstanding Baroque facade richly decorated. It was built in the XVI century and restored in 1743.
Among other churches to visit the Church Dell'Immacolata, the Church of San Giuseppe and the Church of Santa Teresa with a convex facade.
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Nardo' tourist information
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Il Sedile - Piazza Salandra, 1
Towns in Puglia