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Matera is the capital of the Matera province in the Basilicata region of Italy. It boasts the sassi, well-preserved rock-cut settlements that are a World Heritage site and one of Southern Italy's many important attractions.

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Points of Interest in Matera

  • Old city. From the station walk down via Roma to Pl Venet and take the stairs down into he old city.
  • Caveoso cave churches. Entrance to the four main ones is €6.

Cathedral of Matera

San Giovanni Battista Church

Domenico Ridola National Archaeological Museum

Tramontano Castle

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About Matera


Matera is a fairly big city. One of its quarters is the old city. Just outside the old city are the Sassi - cave houses dug into the limestone rocks. The sassi are located on both sides of a valley. On the north side the Sasso Barisano have been partially commercially developed as offices and housing. The Sasso Caveoso, on the south side, is the most historically interesting. To understand what the Sassi look like, take a look at the live webcam [1].


The Women's Fiction Festival is held late every September in the Sassi District, and attracts an international contingent of writers, agents and editors. [2]


There are many restaurants in the old city as well as outside.


  • Cafe Stone Age close to St. Antonius church in th Caveoso has a nice little terrace with flowers in pots and cold beers from all over the world.

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