Pulsano Abbey

Monte Sant'Angelo, Italy

Santa Maria di Pulsano Abbey was built 12th century to the site of pagan temple. The abbey church was completed in 1177. The earthquake damaged abbey badly in 1646 and it was dissolved in 1806 and re-established in 1997.

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Founded: 1177
Category: Religious sites in Italy

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Michele Orli (2 years ago)
Posto fino a poco tempo fa a me sconosciuto. Vista mozzafiato sul golfo di Manfredonia.. Un luogo di silenzio e di riflessione, ma allo stesso tempo magico. Da visitare assolutamente. Visita gratuita, in quanto si può accedere tramite un cancello che si può aprire facilmente con un pulsante per non far entrare gli animali in pascolo libero. A chi piace la natura e il silenzio, è il luogo ideale.
Matteo “Mat” Taronna (3 years ago)
Half hour from Monte San Angelo amazing place 1000 years old where wind talk can be really enjoyed! The view is also worthy a visit
Maicol Garavaldi (3 years ago)
Spiritual place in an amazing environment!
Leslie J (5 years ago)
Stunning but very far off
Tina Balzamo (5 years ago)
Spetacolare
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