Putignano

Putignano (Putignàane in the dialect of Bari) is an Italian town of 27.394 inhabitants of the Murgia in the province of Bari, in Apulia; known to the ancient Carnival, for manufacturing companies and karst caves.

Putignano situated in a pleasant hillside, located in the Murgia of Trulli and caves, at a height of 375 m above sea level The area ranges from 293 to 456 m s.l.m. hike with elevation of 163 m s.l.m. It covers an area of ​​approximately 99.11 km ². The territory is morphologically consists of a series of terraces made ​​of layers of limestone positioned on irregular levels.

The coat of arms of Putignano is formed by a Samnite shield, surmounted by a royal crown with five points. In the lower part there are three green hills, of which the central is higher, topped by two stars. It is said to have been well liked by Frederick II of Swabia. The mountains are symbolic of the three hills on which the city stands, the star symbol of the glory that shines Putignano the crown to distinguish the city and make it distinguished among all others.

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