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Locorotondo is a town and comune of the Metropolitan City of Bari, Apulia, southern Italy, with a population of about 14,000. The city is known for its wines and for its circular structure which is now a historical center, from which derives its name, which means “Round place”. It is located in south-east Murgia, deep in the Itria Valley, dotted with white prehistoric roundhouses called trulli.

The beauty of the historic centre is also constituted by a labyrinth of white alleys, jealously guarded by their inhabitants. The surrounding countryside is an example of an area of dispersed settlements (jazzelere) and has an abundance of trulli dwellings which were built around a communal area called “jazzile”. This settlement pattern is due in large part to emphyteutic leases, particularly in the 19th century for the development of vineyards.

The commune  produces a white Denominazione di origine controllata (DOC) Italian wine that can be made in a still or sparkling Spumante style. The DOC includes 1,650 hectares (4,000 acres) of vineyards. All grapes destined for DOC wine production must be harvested to a yield no greater than 13 tonnes/ha. The wine is made predominantly (50-65%) from Verdeca and Bianco d’Alessano which can make up 45-50% of the blend. Additional grapes are permitted up to a maximum of 5% including Bombino bianco, Fiano and Malvasia Toscana. The finished wine must attain a minimum alcohol level of 11% in order to be labelled with the  DOC designation. Wikipedia

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Photo Gallery of  Walk 1 – Via Cisternino to Piazza Fra Giuseppe Andrea Rodio
Approximately 1.44 km – 0.89 miles

The walk starts in Via Cisternino – Via Enrico Fermi – Cimitero Comunale di Locorotondo – Via Enrico Fermi – Via Cisternino – Via Cavour – Corso Umberto I’ – Via Morosini – Chiesa Rettoria Oratorio Santuario di S.Rocco patrono, Largo S. Rocco – Largo S. Rocco – Chiesa Rettoria Madonna della Greca, Largo Madonna della Greca – Via Vittorio Veneto – Via Giannone – Piazza Fra Giuseppe Andrea Rodio – Chiesa Rettoria Oratorio di Maria SS Annunziata e Sacro Cuore e S.Lucia, Piazza Fra Giuseppe Andrea Rodio

Photo Gallery of  Walk 2 – Via Dura to Via Cavour
Approximately  0.82 km – 0.51  miles

The walk starts in Via Porta Nuova – Via Dura – Via C. Battisti – Via Morelli – Via Antonio Bruno – Piazza Vittorio Emanuele – Piazza Dante – Villa Comunale Giuseppe Garibaldi, Piazza Dante – Corso XX Settembre – Via Cavour – Via Semeraro Arciprete – Largo Giuseppe Mazzini – Via Cavour

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