Otranto

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O·tran·to

 (ō-trän′tō), Strait of
A passage between southeast Italy and western Albania connecting the Adriatic Sea with the Ionian Sea.

Otranto

(Italian ˈɔːtranto)
n
(Placename) a small port in SE Italy, in Apulia on the Strait of Otranto: the most easterly town in Italy; dates back to Greek times and was an important Roman port; its ruined castle was the setting of Horace Walpole's Castle of Otranto. Pop: 5282 (2001)
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By the end of her songs, Otrante exclaims, 'She is either a damnd divel, or an Angel' (5.
Nostra Signora dei Turchi is a non-narrative series of reflections, with numerous shots from odd angles, of the cathedral at Otrante, and of the Saint Margherita, who the protagonist (Bene) attempts unsuccessfully to encounter.