Bari is the capital of the Puglia region and one of the biggest cities in the south of Italy. Typical maritime and market city, Bari developed industrially in the second half of the twentieth century and nowadays boasts an important trade fair, the largest in the southern Italy. Tourists visit Bari for its historic buildings, art works and fascinating town centre, as well as for the beaches surrounding the area. The city is also characterised by a very active cultural life, also thanks to its University, which is attended by many students from both southern Italy and other countries of the Mediterranean areas.
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