The Basilica di San Nicola, located in Bari, Italy, is one of the most significant religious landmarks in the country. Constructed in the 11th century, the basilica holds the remains of Saint Nicholas, the revered figure who inspired the modern-day Santa Claus. The architecture combines Romanesque and Byzantine styles, featuring stunning marble columns and intricate mosaics. The crypt, where the relics of Saint Nicholas are preserved, is a place of pilgrimage and reflection for both locals and visitors.

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