There are no documents that characterize the origins of this church, but its construction is linked to the liberation of Bari by the Saracens and the work of a Venetian doge. The church presents a Romantic façade: rose windows with a sunburst pattern depicting the lion of St. Mark at the center. The inside has two naves with sturdy pillars, and a hidden vault. The altar is from the 1700s, surmounted by a niche containing a bas-relief of St. Anthony. Inside you can also admire the southern style clothing.