Martignano, (Lecce)
Martignano is a small town and comune of 1,770 inhabitants in the province of Lecce in Apulia, Italy. It is part of Salento and is one of the nine towns of Grecìa Salentina, an area where an ancient Greek dialect is spoken.Famous peopleMarquess Giuseppe Palmieri (Martignano, 1721 – Naples, 1793) was one of the most important figures of the Enlightenment in Southern Italy.Twinnings Kafar Matta, LebanonHonorary citizensSergio VuskovicReferences

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