Apulia-Taranto-centrally, with wonderful sea view, offer prestigious building composed of two twin independent bodies but made together as a single solution. There are currently targeted at civilians and homes. The Palace is considered one of the most significant examples of architecture from the early ' 900 and consists of a basement, a ground floor accessible with access to an inner courtyard and three floors above ground plus the terrace accessible. Large balconies and parking. Is the second city of the Puglia region for population. The Taranto area is situated in the homonymous Gulf of the Ionian Sea, extends between two seas: the Mar Grande and Mar Piccolo. It is home to a large industrial and commercial port and an arsenal of the Italian Navy, and major naval station. There is also an important industrial centre, with steel mills (including the largest iron and steel Centre in Europe), petrochemicals, shipbuilding and cementiferi. Taranto is known as "the Spartan city" due to its foundation by the Spartan colonists in 706 BC.