Baptistery of San Giovanni - Canosa di Puglia
The Baptistery of San Giovanni in Canosa di Puglia is a religious building dating back to the 4th century A.D..
The structure features a dodecagonal floor plan with four chambers on the main axes, forming the arms of a Greek cross, and four alternating corridors that open into the central space with one or two doors each.
Archimeter, commissioned by the Superintendence of Apulia, has conducted 3D laser scanner surveys of the Baptistery of San Giovanni in Canosa di Puglia. These surveys were carried out as a preliminary step for restoration interventions.