The Church of St. Lucy

The Church of St. Lucy, also called of the Holy Trinity, was erected around the 13th century and it is a typical example of Romanesque architecture which opens to the first Gothic additions.

The Church of St. Lucy, also called of the Holy Trinity, was erected around the 13th century and it is a typical example of Romanesque architecture which opens to the first Gothic additions. It has a monocoid facade with simple lines. It also has a particularly interesting crypt divided in three naves and enriched by frescoes dating back to the 13th and the 14th century. Originally a convent was annexed, probably the convent of the “white penitents”, so called after the white colour of their habits.

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Via Santa Lucia
Brindisi 72100 Puglia IT
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