Cellino San Marco. Masseria Mea with Chapel

Cellino San Marco. Masseria Mea with Chapel

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Where the life of Cellino San Marco took place during the Middle Ages, is a large farm with a chapel.

The farms are Apulian "agricultural factories" where life was organized in the fields, the products of the land were transformed and preserved.

They are comparable to those that once were the Roman country villas, real communities where the people who worked the fields lived and it is not by chance that in these areas Roman remains were found and often coins are found.

The Mea chapel also depended on the Abbey of Sant 'Andrea of ​​Isola in Brindisi as the Church of San Marco.

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