Casamassima is a town and comune in the province of Bari, Puglia, Italy.The town is located inland from the Italian coastline, thrives and is built on agriculture, primarily that of wine, olives and almond production.Casamassima can be found in the Bari Province of the Puglia Region in the Southern Zone of Italy.
The Murge is a characteristic area of Puglia that is composed of limestone hills, near the edge of the Bari basin (conca di Bari—A depression formed when the underlying limestone is eroded by underground water and collapses).The settlement is connected with the Bari-Putignano Railroad line and the Bari-Gioia del Colle-Taranto Highway.
- Door Clock – One of the many doors that permits access to the inside of the wall around the city.
- Arch of the Shadows – Known as the "rendezvous point of ghosts". It is said to be that this is a popular meeting place of spirits and ghosts at night.
- Abbey of Saint Angelo – Near the foot of Mount Sannace, a humble Benedictine convent was erected in 1000 AD (estimated by historians).
- Castle of the Centurion – The former grounds for which Abbey di St. Angelo was constructed in 1619.
- Mother Church – The church obtaining the bell tower that chimed at 5 A.M.
- S. Chiara Street – An ancient Italian suburb crossing.
- Madonna di Carmine from the 17th century under the Arc of Via Santa Chiara – This painting can be found in the old suburb, and has been returned to the city of Casamassima.