Hotel Federiciano

Via G. Laterza 28, Valenzano, Bari, 70010, Italy
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yacht club

by georgemcilwraith

I am looking to re-visit an old yacht club in bari which was run by the british army during world war 2, as this was where i met my wife and would like to take her there again. It was called the nafi yacht club, right on the water front. It had a food shop and alcohol inside and had dancing at night for all the troops. I would like to know if it is still there and if so any diretions to the area.

George

Re: yacht club

by Ronaldinho86

Sorry,but I never heard before about this NAFI YACHT CLUB in Bari...maybe it doesn't exist now.
But was it situated near the Old Town??

Re: yacht club

by Ronaldinho86

Wait wait wait....maybe...

After some researches online,it seems that during the II World War the angloamerican troops converted the Margherita Theatre in a club for their entertainment.
It was a cinema-theatre till 1980,then it closed...and there was and there is a private yacht club called "Circolo della Vela",built after the war in its basement.
Now it has been restored outwardly,but not finished yet

Look at this link: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=652591

Do you remember it??

Re: yacht club

by Ronaldinho86

No no,the Circolo della Vela exists from 1919 and it was requisitioned by the troops for their entertainment...maybe this is it!

http://www.cvbari.it/index2.html

Re: yacht club

by georgemcilwraith

Thanks very much for your help with this. The yacht club wasn't in the old theatre, however I can see the site where it was in the background of one of the photos on the first link that you posted. Thanks once again as I now know where it's near and should be able to visit it again.

Re: yacht club

by Ronaldinho86

No problem...but now I'm a little bit curious:in which picture is ti possible to see the site of the club that you were searching??Where it was situated?

Re: yacht club

by Ronaldinho86

Do you talk about this one??

http://www.circolobarion.com/#

Travel Tips for Bari

Albanian culture in Bari

by BlueLlama

Bari is one of Italy's gateways to Albania with Durres being one of the key destinations from its port. One of the interesting things about coming to this city, then, is spotting signs in the unusual Albanian language and hearing it spoken in the streets and parks. Of the ships that ply between Bari and Durres, some 90 per cent of the passengers are Albanians giving some idea of how many pass through or stay here.

As well as tourist information and shops signs, I saw this commemorative sign on Corso Vittorio Emanuele. Written in Albanian on one side and Italian on the other, it remembers the assassination of Albanian 'writter and patriot' Luigj Gurakuqj in the city in 1925. Gurakuqj was involved in Albania's movement for independence and killed by his own cousin, a member of the Zogu regime. An interesting and even intriguing slice of history and not one I saw in any book about Bari. It goes to show the city's long connection to Albania, just hours away across the water.

THE PROCESSION ON THE SEA

by AliJoe

PHOTO : SHIP & BOATS AT SEA CLEBRATING THE TRADITIONAL CLEBRATION.

'The Procession On The Sea', the traditional celebration which take place once a year in the first week of September. In these ceremony, the Saint Protector of the city will be carry from the boats. The traditional ceremony will start from Aroganes Castle and will be end at local Cathedral onshore. During these celebration and ceremony hundreds of local boats will accompanied the main boats which carries the Statues and Relics of Saint Protector. Onshore, the local people will having a great time...celebration normaly will be over nearly
in the morning.

On the heel of the boot

by athenian80

Bari is along with Brindisi and Ancona the most important gateways to Greece.Bari as i noticed is not developed touristically but yet it has some noteworthy spots that shouldn't be missed.The cathedrals,the medieval town and the castle are the most important.

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