The well-known magazine National Geographic Traveler dedicates an article to the Puglia region, now a year-round destination for visitors from all over the world, and enhances its most significant aspects through the lens and lens of Richard James Taylor, a great English photographer, talking about his experience: "I was pleased to know that I would be back in Italy to work on a project for the National Geographic Traveler Festival. Although I have worked in many of the northern industrial cities, I have not had the opportunity to discover Puglia, with its reputation of being a charming and relaxed region, a bit off the beaten track. "
The magazine has chosen Salumificio Santoro and in particular Giuseppe, for the shots that depict one of the most famous productions of the peasant culture of Puglia: the Capocollo of Martina Franca.
"Giuseppe Santoro, founder of Salumificio Santoro, producer of traditional Capocollo sausages unique to the area" word from National Geographic!
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