Cerignola is a town and comune of Apulia, Italy, in the Province of Foggia, 40 km southeast from the town of Foggia. It has the third-largest land area of any comune in Italy, at 593.71 sq km, after Rome and Ravenna. Cerignola occupies the site of Furfane, a station on the Via Traiana between Canusium and Herdoniae.
- The Cathedral.
- The Chiesa Madre of St. Francis of Assisi (11th-12th centuries).
- Torre Alemanna (13th century), in the frazione Borgo Libertà.
- Church of Beata Vergine del Monte Carmelo (16th century).
- Palazzo Cirillo-Farrusi.
- Piano delle Fosse del Grano.