About Trani Cathedral
Trani Cathedral is a twelfth century church in the port of Trani, Apulia in Italy. Built from 1159 to 1186, this medieval structure is dedicated to a little known saint, St. Nicholas the Pilgrim, whose crypt is open to the public.
This Romanesque cathedral is the main historic site in Trani and contains numerous sculptures and a 59 metre bell tower.
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