For 6 centuries this city was one of Rome's most important ports, and today Brindisi is still a passageway to Greece. The Roman columns mark the ancient end of the Appian Way, and the Tancredi Fountain, built by a Norman chief, is a memory of the city's past role as a Crusader port. The 13th-century church of S. Maria del Casale is considered the most important monument of the city.
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