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Bariums are the capoluogo of the Puglia region and it is developed on the adriatic coast, to south-east of the foce of the Ofanto river.
Bariums the second city for number of inhabitants) and the main economic center of the entire region are one of the most active economic centers of the south Italy.
In Bariums every year comes accommodated the Fair of the Levant. We can consider Bariums like uniform in two parts, one new (than it has been developed to leave from beginnings dell 800) and an old one, in which we find the more important medieval and rinascimentali monuments.
The main tourist Barium attraction can be considered the Basilica of S. Nicholas (the patron of the city) that it introduces a typical Romanesque style. The church is subdivided to three navate formed from pillars and columns.
The beaches of the city offer to a fascinating panorama and allow of the relaxant walks costeggiando the Mediterranean sea.
To Bariums very chemistries, oil, chemistries, foods are developed to the industries, weave them, of the wood and the tobacco. Bariums were founded from the illirici, and later on it was a roman town hall.
The origins of the Barium city go back to far times; the greatest testimony is the brought back preistorico village to the light in 1913. Situated in Saint public square Peter, neighbor to the port, laughed them to the age of the bronze, that is to approximately 4000 fà years, as it is itself deducted from the human rests and animals and the recovered tools. Moreover, in 1993, it has been recovered the skeleton of the homo erectus altamurensis to Altamura. He was dominated from saraceni (the 840) and bizantini (the 875) and subsequently passed under the possession of normanni and Svevi (Xii-xiii century). Succedettero in the control of the Angioini city, Aragoneses (XV sec.), Strain (1464) and Spanish (Xvi-xviii century).
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