Noci

Noci is an Italian town of 19,477 inhabitants in the province of Bari, in Puglia. It lies on the southern Murgia and is included among the municipalities belonging to the Itria Valley and the Land of the Trulli, the tour of trulli and caves.

Noci is located halfway between Bari and Taranto Murgia on a hill of 420 meters above sea level The height of the whole territory, which has an area of 148.82 km ², ranging from 331 meters above sea level, in the north-west, to 470 meters of Mount Carello, in the north-east. The woodland heritage is undoubtedly one of the most typical naturalistic elements. The fragno (Quercus trojana) represented the only and immediate environmental resource of the early settlers; Today the woods, once widespread in the territory and killed a large extent between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries., occupy about 20% of the municipal area and are made up for 90% fragno.

The municipality is bordered to the north by the municipality of Putignano northeast with the municipality of Castellana Grotte, on the west by the town of Gioia del Colle, on the south by the town of Mottola (TA) and to the east by the town of Alberobello.

The regional law n. 19 of 24 July 1997 which identified "protected natural area and having a natural interest" as well as "environmental and landscape" Barsento the area in which it was included Noci. Among the areas affected by the portion you are Putignano, Alberobello, Monopoli and Castellana Grotte.

The area is also part of the "Murgia" region characterized by the presence of typical architectures and rural structures, trulli and farms. The town of Noci, due to its altitude above the average of the neighboring municipalities, falls within the area of the mountain community of Alta Murgia Bari Southeast.

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