Restoration work in the courtyard.
Gioia del Colle. NW Ecke
From the image archive containing around 3,500 black and white negatives for a research project on the Hohenstaufen castles in South Italy dating from 1905-1911. Arthur Haseloff and Martin Wackernagel traveled extensively in the region and photographed important medieval architectural monuments which were in danger of decay at the time. This photo was taken during their 1908 by a photographer identified only as Pantaleo.
Inv. Nr. P 5756
Astrid Wehser. Arthur Haseloff und Martin Wackernagel. Mit Maultier und Kamera in Unteritalien. (Kiel). 2005.
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