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Cerignola Cerignola
Cerignola apparently has its roots back in the 10th-11th century that is when it was first mentioned in a document (the Codice diplomatico barese) and when work began on the ancient cathedral in the medieval quarter (known as the Terra vecchia
Ortanova Ortanova
The existence of “Orta” can be dated back to the twelfth century. In fact, the place name is mentioned for the first time in a document dated 1101, and later in an 1157 contract. It was under the Swabians, however, that the settlement enjoyed its most glorious period.
Stornara Stornara
At time of Frederick II, Stornara was one of the many settlements along the Via Traiana. In 1223 the town was populated by a group of Saracens, and later became the feud of Goffredo of Beaumont.
Stornarella Stornarella
The settlement of Stornarella is mentioned in Revertera’s 1554 Relazione delle Locazioni, which mentions buildings “above the place called Rio Morto and the place called Cenerata”. When the Jesuits’ Residentia Asturnariensis of Stornara divided into two, the site became a grange.
Ordona Ordona
Of all the five Royal Sites, Ordona definitely boasts the longest history. Ancient Herdonia, an important junction along the Via Traiana, which connected Benevento to Brindisi, was a powerful settlement from the 4th to the 3rd centuries BC, and even coined its own money.
Carapelle Carapelle
The municipality of Carapelle is undoubtedly the youngest in this district. It dates back to just 1774, the era of the institution of the five Royal Sites, taking its name from the river that flows not far away.
   
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