Brindisi

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Is a city in the region of Apulia in southern Italy, the capital of the province of Brindisi, on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. Historically, the city has played an important role in trade and culture, due to its strategic position on the Italian Peninsula and its natural port on the Adriatic Sea. The city remains a major port for trade with Greece and the Middle East. Its industries include agriculture, chemical works, and the generation of electricity. The city of Brindisi was the provisional government seat of the Kingdom of Italy from September 1943 to February 1944.

The city preserves important archaeological finds and coastline, particularly the north coast, where there are many large sand dunes and beaches. Inland agritourism, displays wine (Wine Appia) or olive oil (Collina di Brindisi oil). Brindisi Tourism, however, remains heavily dependent on the Italian tourists (74%, compared with 26% of foreign demand) and is very seasonal. Wikipedia

Video 1 – Brindisi Stazione, Corso Umberto I to Chiesa di San Paolo Eremita
Approximately 1.80 km – 1.12 miles

The walk sarts at Brindisi Stazione, Corso Umberto I – Corso Umberto I – Piazza Cairoli – Via Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour – Corso Umberto I – Piazzetta Fornaro – Via Conserva – Via S. Lorenzo da Brindisi – Corso Umberto I – Piazza del Popolo – Corso Roma – Piazza Vittoria – Via Ferrante Fornari – Piazza Mercato – Via Ferrante Fornari – Via Santi – Via dei del Balzo – Largo de’ Calò – Via Marco Pacuvio – Tempio di San Giovanni al Sepolcro, Via S. Giovanni al Sepolcro – Via Marco Pacuvio – Via Giovanni Tarantini – Piazza Dante – Vico De’ Vavotici – Chiesa di San Paolo Eremita, Via Annibale de Leo

Video 2 – Vico De’ Vavotici to Via Thaon De Revel Paolo
Approximately 1.96 km – 1.22 miles

The walk starts in Vico De’ Vavotici – Piazza Dante – Via Annibale de Leo – Piazza Santa Teresa – Monumento ai Caduti d’Italia, Piazza Santa Teresa – Via Annibale de Leo – Piazza Santa Teresa – Via Pasquale Camassa – Via Lenio Flacco – Piazzale Lenio Flacco – Viale Regina Margherita – Via Colonne – Colonne Romane, Via Colonne – Piazza Duomo – Via Colonne – Viale Regina Margherita – Via Lenio Flacco – Via Thaon De Revel Paolo

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