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Gravina in Puglia

Gravina in Puglia is a small city located in the southern Italian region of Puglia. The city is known for its numerous churches carved into the rock, as well as for being the birthplace of Pope Benedict XIII.

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More to know about Gravina in Puglia

Gravina in Puglia is a small city located in the southern Italian region of Puglia. The city is known for its numerous churches carved into the rock, as well as for being the birthplace of Pope Benedict XIII.

Despite its small size, Gravina in Puglia has a long and rich history. The city was founded by the Ancient Greeks in the 8th century BC, and later became an important Roman town. In the Middle Ages, Gravina was ruled by a succession of different nobles, before being annexed by the Kingdom of Naples in the 15th century.

Today, Gravina in Puglia is a quiet and picturesque city, with much of its historical architecture still intact. Visitors can explore the many churches and other monuments, as well as enjoy the city’s views of the surrounding countryside.

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