10Built To Avoid Tax
Alberobello is a small town located in southern Italy in the region of Apulia, city of Bari. What makes this place attractive to tourists is the traditional white-washed conical-roofed houses called trulli. These buildings are very unique, and they offer an exceptional opportunity for visitors who want to have a special kind of adventure in this magical town. Here are 10 interesting facts that make this place worth visiting. During the 1500s many locals found it challenging to pay their tax to the feuding lords of the land. So, they built the trulli houses, using stones found in the area, so they can quickly tear it down to avoid paying taxes during an inspection. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!