Barletta-Andria-Trani (BT) province is located in the Puglia (Apulia) region of Italy. The province was established in 2004, by combining seven communes in the province of Bari with three in the province of Foggia.
Communes: Andria. | Barletta. | Bisceglie. | Canosa di Puglia. | Margherita di Savoia. | Minervino Murge. | San Ferdinando di Puglia. | Spinazzola. | Trani. | Trinitapoli.
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