You may sometimes feel a sort of estrangement and disorientation when you wander the streets of Puglia, the “heel of Italy’s boot”. Massive and shiny travertine façades of grand Romanic cathedrals along a palm tree seaside cohabit with dismal minimal semi-detached buildings, which are, respectively, the product of a secular skilled mastery and a deep-rooted property speculation.
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