The plan for the palace was formulated in 1924 and finally realized in 1932. The design and décor were entrusted to an engineer named Cambellotti. He based the architecture on the predominant Romanesque style of Apulia and found his inspiration from water as this was the seat of all the water distribution for Apulia.
One can admire:
- The museum on the first floor takes the visitor through the historical evolution of the Aqueduct Palace.
- Frescos inspired by water, such as water games, swallows, horses etc.
- Detailed carvings on columns and pillars.
- Stained glass windows and marble statues.
- Tapestry depicting the journey of water from its origination to its final provision.
- The fountain in the courtyard.
Palace Of The Aqueduct Travel Tips
- Do check the Dell'acqua museum close by.
- You may need to reserve in advance for the guided tour. Check attraction website for more information.
- Giampa via De Giosa
- Ristorante Umbertino
- Dietro Le Quinte
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3.89% of people who visit Bari include Palace Of The Aqueduct in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
63.64% of people start their Palace Of The Aqueduct visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Palace Of The Aqueduct
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Palace Of The Aqueduct