Ostuni

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Is a city and comune, located about 8 km from the coast, in the province of Brindisi, region of Apulia, Italy. The town has a population of about 32,000 during the winter, but can swell to 100,000 inhabitants during summer, being among the main towns attracting tourists in Apulia. It also has a British and German immigrant community and an industrial zone. The region is producer of high quality olive oil and wine. Ostuni is the fifth city in Italy by percentage of British residents and the first for sale of houses and villas. Starting from 2010, Ostuni and its nearest towns were characterized by so many arrivals from foreign countries, that some local and national newspapers coined a new term, “salentoshire” to describe this phenomenon, taking the term from the useful “chiantishire”, taken for the similar phenomena that has characterized Tuscany some years ago. Wikipedia

Video 1 – Corso Giuseppe Mazzini to Corso Vittorio Emanuele II
Approximately 1.00 km – 0.62 miles

The walk starts in Corso Giuseppe Mazzini – Via Giuseppe Rodio – Giuseppe Orlando – Via Giuseppe Rodio – Corso Giuseppe Mazzini – Vicolo Domenico Anglani – Corso Giuseppe Mazzini – Vico Aurelio Saffi – Corso Giuseppe Mazzini – Via G. Pisanelli – Corso Giuseppe Mazzini – Chiesa di San Francesco, Corso Giuseppe Mazzini – Piazza della Libertà – Via Matteo Renato Imbriani – Chiesa dello Spirito Santo, Via Roma – Corso Vittorio Emanuele II

Video 2 – Via Indipendenza to Via Giovanni Antonio Petrarolo
Approximately 1.45 km – 0.90 miles

The walk starts in Via Indipendenza -Via Salvatore Tommasi – Chiesa del Carmine, Via Giosuè Pinto – Unnamd Roads – Via Arciduca Francesco Antonio Zaccaria – Via Cattedrale – Concattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta in Cielo, Piazza Beato Giovanni Paolo II – Piazza Beato Giovanni Paolo II –  L. Arcidiacono Trinchera – Arco Scoppa, L. Arcidiacono Trinchera – Via F. Incalzi Antonelli – Vico Pasquale Villari  – Via Giovanni Antonio Petrarolo