A geographical and political landmark, situated along Giuseppe Garibaldi Avenue, the former Palace of the Podestà, today the Town Hall, is a majestic building capable of arousing the same emotions you’d get when admiring the ancient buildings of Frederick II, scattered around the region.
As you approach the building, you’re immediately awestruck by its austerity, emphasized by two lateral staircases converging towards the central body of the building, which characterize its main façade, creating a dialogue with the opposite square.
The high dynamism of the shapes creates a perfect harmony with the surrounding buildings, enhanced by the use of typical Apulian materials. In addition to brick, a clear reference to Roman architecture, the architect also uses Mazzaro stone as well as white Trani stone for the cladding.
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