Foggia, a town of South Italy, and an important railway junction, in the province of the same name, 79 miles N.E. of Naples. It has regular streets of good houses, and among its public buildings are a cathedral, the governor's palace, and a theatre. It is the centre of a corn-growing district, and has extensive granaries beneath the streets. Its productions are cattle, capers, wine, and wool, and there is an important annual fair.