A walking tour in 𝗖𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗻𝗶𝗻𝗼, region 𝗣𝘂𝗴𝗹𝗶𝗮, south of Italy, a town of about 11.500 inhabitants.
It belongs to the club of named the most beautiful villages in Italy and boasts the recognition of the Orange Flag conferred by the Italian Touring Club.
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The name Cisternino derives from the eponymous hero Sturnoi, companion of Diomede, who after the Trojan War would have founded a nearby city which, later, occupied by the Romans, was called Sturninum, the current Ostuni.
The name derives from “Cis-Sturninum”, on this side of Sturni (Ostuni), an ancient Japigio center near Ostuni which had taken its name from Sturno, companion of the Homeric hero Diomede; escaped the Trojan War.
The territory of the municipality of Cisternino was inhabited, since the Middle-Upper Palaeolithic, by human nuclei coming from the north of the peninsula or from the Sicilian-African area and who left numerous traces of their life on the hills where they set up their seasonal camps.
Even today, in the area of Mount Specchia, on the hills of Restano and on the uncultivated cliffs of Serra Amara, prehistoric tools of all kinds are found: spikes of orange blossom, blades, scrapers and burins for carving bones.
These human communities continued to thicken, until they reached a considerable number of settlements in the Bronze Age; dozens of stations of this age have recently been located in various areas of the territory.
The town was allegedly conquered by the romans, and, later, plundered by the Goths and subsequently fell into ruin. The current historic center of Cisternino would be reborn thanks to the Basilian monks in the Middle Ages.
Today it’s a very unique and characteristic town, definitely worth a visit!
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0:00 – [Drone intro]
2:00 – [Walking tour begins / Corso Umberto I]
3:40 – [Brief history of the town☀️]
6:45 – [Belvedere of Piazza Marconi]
7:40 – [Via Manzoni]
10:30 – [Villa Garibaldi park]
11:55 – [Torre Grande (“Big Tower”)☀️]
12:50 – [St.Nicolas Church☀️]
19:12 – […walking in the old town…]
20:40 – [Piazza Vittorio Emanuele]
23:00 – [Church of St.Lucia☀️]
25:15 – […walking continues…]
42:00 – [Porta Piccola (“small gate”)]
43:40 – […walking continues…]
55:55 – [“…Have you forgot how does it feel to be children?…”]
1:00:23 – [Piazza Pellegrino Rossi]
1:04:00 – […walking continues…]
1:06:30 – [Southern Gate]
1:08:00 – [Via Manzoni]
*** – 𝕄𝕪 𝔼𝕢𝕦𝕚𝕡𝕞𝕖𝕟𝕥 – ***
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*** – 𝔸𝕔𝕔𝕖𝕤𝕤𝕠𝕣𝕚𝕖𝕤 – ***
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Song = Beyond the time
Author = Roman Senyk
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