Documentary Travel Photographs of Puglia Italy

Christian statues during church restoration in Gallipoli, Italia

New photographs of Puglia Italy.

Apuglia Italy, or Puglia Italia, is a southern region of Italy located on the heel of Italy’s boot shape with hundreds of kilometers of Mediterranean Sea coastline. In the 8th century BC the Greeks created communities along the Ionian Sea coast and founded the city of Taras, now called Taranto. The Romans defeated the Greeks in 272 BC and in 190 BC they completed Via Appia or The Appian Way, the road that connected Rome to Brindisi, in southeastern Puglia Italy.

  • Christian statues during church restoration in Gallipoli, Italia
  • Statue of Mother Mary holding Jesus with martyrs, Santa Maria Assunta Cathedral, Otranto, Puglia, Italy
  • Skeletons of martyrs, Santa Maria Assunta Cathedral, Otranto, Puglia, Italy
  • Sculpture of Il Malladrone or The Bad Thief in San Francesco d’Assisi Church, Gallipoli, Puglia, Italy
  • Statue of Il Malladrone or The Bad Thief in San Francesco d’Assisi Church, Gallipoli, Puglia, Italy
  • Italian man in workshop. Gallipoli, Puglia, Italy
  • Italian man driving a three-wheeled truck, Gallipoli, Puglia, Italy
  • Italian family in a Fiat Cinquecento or Fiat 500. Galatina, Puglia, Italy
  • Fiat Cinquecento or Fiat 500, Santa Maria Al Bagno, Puglia, Italy
  • Gallipoli and Spiaggia della Purita or Beach of Purity at night. Gallipoli, Puglia, Italy
  • Italian woman in window, Gallipoli, Puglia, Italy
  • Italian fisherman at fishing port of Gallipoli, Puglia, Italy
  • Italian fishermen at fishing port of Gallipoli, Puglia, Italy
  • Italian flag over home doorway, Gallipoli, Puglia, Italy