Bloodied and bruised by an infamous Turkish massacre in 1480, Otranto’s story is best told in its amazing cathedral where the bones of 813 martyrs are displayed in a glass case behind the altar. Less macabre is the cathedral’s other jaw-dropper, its medieval mosaic floor that rivals the famous early Christian mosaics of Ravenna in its richness and historical significance.Lying deep in Italy’s stiletto, Otranto has...
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