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The Church of Santa Croce
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The Church of Santa Croce

the mother church of the village of Casamassima, in Puglia, in romanesque style, dates back to 1321, when it was first built by expanding a more ancient original body, dating back to 1100 - 1200. It is constituted by three large naves and inside, among the many works of notable interest, there are a baptismal font of 1200 and the statue of San Rocco, the patron saint of the city. Also worthy of note is the bell tower of Romanesque style.