If we were able to know when and where we will find us again, our farewell would be more tender. I have had the opportunity for these strange things of life, having to go to Brindisi, Italy, located in this wonderful country South, rather than all, for reasons family., where the Iazzi Cavallieri family have welcomed me always, addressing me with much affection, by be the grandparents of my children who are with them at this time. The truth, that when arrival in this small city, important port, of great deeds, history, as it is the same city, I feel good, as if he had lived many years in it. Me is everything familiar, simple, quiet, especially its port where almost all night the way it, I feel to watch your beautiful sea, watching the brindisinos, happy, talking, animated, the vast majority almost adult, when young, walk enjoying the sound of the sea and its maritime air to breathe. It should be noted, that along the promenade maritime that it runs through the city’s port, you can see the gardens of the Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, which was remodeled in 2001. In the interior of the square is also the dolphin fountain (built in 1876), and the monument of Virgil (Bodini, 1988).
Close to the plaza is the Sundial, built in 1917 by Captain Alberto de Albertis, an Italian expert of the sundials. One can see the building called House of the tourists, which dates from the time of the crusades in which a dock was built here. Later a church was built in this area dedicated to S. Juan, but later its structure was entirely amended by subsequent owners. After a series of repairs and recent improvements, the building is used as the Office of tourism and cultural events the building Montenegro of the 16th century, currently the residence of the prefect, is the best example of the city’s Baroque building to trade very true as indicated by elforastero.com walking through the Regina Margherita Street is it reaches the Lenio Flacco square, near the ancient ruins of the Messapico wall.