National Geographic : 1930 Feb
u Irarlvill vcvyiapulc . uclety FOGGIA RETAINS SOME MEMORIES OF ITS PAST Though this bustling railroad center is one of the most modern cities of Italy, it brings out costumes of 1700 at times of festival. It was founded in the days of ancient Rome by people of ruined Arpi and derived its name from thefoveae, or trenches for storing corn. Autocnromes oy L.. U.U... QUILTED SHAWLS ARE TREASURED INBARI PROVINCE Elaborate handmade costumes with headdresses and shoulder cov erings of silk were the prideof women inthe district around Alberobello in the early part of the 19th century, but few ofthem survive to-day save as keepsakes. Here, as elsewhere inItaly, needlework isafine art.