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Address: Piazza XXVII Maggio
Place: Alberobello (BA)
Web site: www.alberobellocultura.it/it/component/content/article/50-orfana-categoria/50-museo-del-territorio.html
Phone: 3804111273
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The Museum of the territory Pezzolla House takes its name from the owner, who lived in the second half of 700, Dr. Giacomo Pezzolla, personal physician of the Acquaviva d'Aragona, who won courtesy to construct a building with mortar.

The complex is a tangible example of an architectural culture in evolution. In this group of properties, there are two types of buildings: one, more recent, entirely overlooking Piazza XXVII Maggio and which is spread over two floors with tall, narrow facade topped by a triangular tympanum which shows the section of the gable roof covered by chiancarelle; the other represents the oldest part. The latter is formed by simple organisms and small, mostly single-celled, with those elements characteristic of the typical construction trullo. In contrast to the most modern, in these areas the walls are formed from stones not boxy positioned randomly.

The Museum of the Territory "Pezzolla House" is the only complex of 15 trulli communicating, protected by UNESCO as the Rioni Monti and Small yard.

Opening Hours

February 17 to January 6, from Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00 to 13.00 / 15.30 to 19.00

Special openings

13 July to 20 September, every day without a lunch break, 10:00 to 19:00

Tickets
 

  • Individual visit with map guide € 3,00 per person, free for children under the age of 11 years
  • Individual visit with guide € 4,00 per person
  • Visit for groups of more than 15 units with guide € 2,00 per person
  • Visit for schools with guide € 1.00, per person, free for teachers



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