Matera

Matera is an Italian town of 60 019 inhabitants, capital of the province and second largest city by population and Basilicata, the largest common area of Basilicata.

From 1663 to 1806 it was the capital of Basilicata Giustizierato of the Kingdom of Naples. During this period, the city experienced significant growth in economic, commercial and cultural.

Note by the nicknames "City of Stone" and "Underground City" is known for the historic Sassi, who constitute one of the oldest inhabited areas in the world. The Stones have been recognized as World Heritage by UNESCO in 1993, the first site in southern Italy to receive such recognition.

Matera is one of the city decorated for Valor for the Liberation War because it was awarded the Silver Medal of Military Valour for the sacrifices of its people during the Second World War, having been the first city of the South to rise up in arms against fascism.

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