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Old St Nicholas is the patron of this church. He was an early Christian Bishop in Asia Minor, now Turkey, who lived up to his legend today. Patron of single women wishing to marry. Great treat to visit.
Beautiful church, but so touristy that it gets irritating (people photographing with flash, groups talking loudly, people wearing hats and getting reprimanded). Also, consider the fact that the bones of St. Nicholas were stolen from Turkey 1,000 years ago. So much for respect.
Amazing place with beautiful architecture. The interior is spectacular and San Nicola’s tomb was breathtaking especially since there was a service in process when we visited.
A must visit if you are travelling to Bari.
After three years I am back here. Same place, some peaceful in mind place.
Cekling of church is pure spectacular: carved golden wood and religious thema of painting.
Underground are the remains of San Nicola, protector of Bari. Sometime religious music are here. Sometime the...More
Square beyond San Nicola, Bari Vecchia, on a narrow peninsula by the port, dates from the medieval times, nice architecture, twisting streets, there are many restaurants, full of cafés; it's a large historic center and very visited.
San Nicola Basilica does not need an introduction: this is an ancient church which is in direct jurisdiction of the Roman Pope and it holds the relics of one of the most popular saints in all Christian churches, Saint Nicholas, who was the bishop in...More
This Basil was built in XI century to keep safe S. Nicolas relics that was stolen from Myra (Turkey) by 62 sailman fron Bari. This is the main example of romanesque style. The Basil is built by all white stones from local quarries limestone and...More