In Piazza Armando Diaz, you will find the monument to the Italian General, Armando Diaz, which dates from 1937, and is by the artist Giulio Cozzoli.
The Grande Albergo delle Nazioni, now part of iH Hotels, is one of the top hotels in the city.
The Palazzo della Regione Puglia can be found along Lungomare Nazario Sauro, and dates from 1932. The large building was designed by the architect Carlo Vannoni, and houses the district offices for the region of Puglia.
Nearby, you will find the Comando Scuole dell’A.M. – 3ª Regione Aerea, a military school.
A bit further down the lungomare, you come to the Giardini Baden Powell.
The Parrocchia di San Giuseppe can be found at Largo Monsignor Augusto Curi, # 17. The church dates from 1930, and was designed by the engineer Mauro Amoruso-Manzari.
It was soon time for a drink before dinner, and then, some delicious mussels, rice, and potatoes, along with sliced steak. Thus, another day in Bari came to an end!
Next up: We spend one last day in Bari, before heading north!
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