Sights in Termoli
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From Castello Svevo, follow the road up and you come to Piazza Duomo and Termoli’s majestic 12th-century Cattedrale di San Basso. A masterpiece of Puglian-Romanesque architecture, the cream-coloured facade features a striking round-arched central portal.
Termoli’s most famous landmark, Frederick II’s 13th-century Castello Svevo guards entry to the tiny borgo, a tangle of narrow streets, pastel-coloured houses and souvenir shops.