Alberobello is a small town outside Bari famous for Trulli or these funny looking stone huts.
Turns out this is also a UNESCO world heritage site, something I did not realize when I was visiting, they could have better advertised that.
Most of these buildings are stores, restaurants or little one room apartments. Somewhere in this mess of buildings are a few hotels, so you can stay in one if you want.
This is a view from across the street, you can look out over the concentration of Trulli. I guess there is over a thousand and many more out in the country side. As you drive up on Alberobello, you see these in all the fields.
I want to watch them trimming these trees, it's squared off so perfectly.
This is the old church in the center of Alberobello. I think this church setup a stage in the main plaza a few blocks from the church, preparing for an outdoor mass.
But since the stage is a few blocks from the church, the priest and many others need to have a little parade to get there.
Can't forget Blessed Virgin Mary.
The parade was quite long, had a marching band and everything. You can see me in the tuba, orange shirt.
This was the priest approaching the alter (stage). I did not stick around to watch mass though, it's usually in Italian.
One last look, this is about a 40 minute drive from Taranto.