Apulia, Italy's far south east

Palazzo del Catapano

The Palazzo Governo, also called “Palazzo del Catapano”. In the year 876 Basil I, the Byzantine Emperor, made Bari, as the capital of Apulia, a city under the supervision of first a lieutenant and later of a governor (Catapano). For this purpose a building called “Palazzo del Catapano” was built in the old city not far from the port, surrounded by the houses of rich people.

Photo by Ludo Kuipers, Tue Jul 07, 2009
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