Travelling through Puglia, the heel in Italy’s boot shape, two things quickly strike the Irish visitor. First, it is unimaginably hot. Secondly, there is a strange familiarity to parts of the ancient landscape.
The castles of Puglia seem particularly familiar. Unlike Templar castles or ornate renaissance Italian castles, these are grey, slab-sided and austere totems of power.
A closer look reveals square towers, high walls and plenty of archery windows. They look like...
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