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A trullo is a traditional dry stone building with a conical roof and is found mainly in Apulia in Italy. There is often a characteristic keystone on the roof peak, as known from the Gothic period. Although the trulli are built without cement, their thick, white-painted stone walls provided a pleasant coolness in summer and cosy warmth in winter. The light-coloured trulli harmonise with the surroundings and some have their own pool to cool off on hot days.

In the past, the trulli were simple accommodation for farmers, but today they enchant guests from all over the world with a very special flair. See for yourself and book a trullo for your next holiday.

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