A place of art and culture, Padua is a welcoming city which guides you around its cobblestone lanes, squares and monuments, making you feel (without any pomp or circumstance) the presence of traces from its past. The birthplace of Humanism and one of the main centres of the Renaissance, Padua holds some of the most important works of art from the 14th and 15th centuries. From frescoes by Giotto in ...
Completed in 1310, it is the largest religious structure in the city of Padua. It welcomes about 5 million pilgrims every year and is home to the relics of St. Anthony.
The Prato della Valle is the biggest square in Italy. A canal separatesthe island from the rest of the square.
Situated in the centre of Padova, the Santa Giustina Basilica was founded in the 6th century. The church holds the remains of St Luke.
The Palazzo della Ragione stands between the Piazza delle Erbe and the Piazza della Frutta.
The Palazzo dell'Orologio looks out onto the Piazza dei Signori.
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