We had a second day in Bari and coasted around for what we wanted to do. I saw a few reviews, mostly in Italian, of this museum, which is along the waterfront outside the old town. It is in a beautiful historic building and a guard instructs you to go to the 4th floor. Entrance is 3 euro, and the museum is the entire 4th floor, which is quite large. Mostly religious art from the second millennium, focused on the 14th, 15th and 16thcenturies, but with lots of 17th. After that, there is much more secular art and some pure modern pieces. Mainly focused on artists from Puglia, but also wider Italy. You will definitely be away from the crowds, as we saw two other visitors. A bit trip, but really well llit and displayed and an engaging hour plus.
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