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Large interior containing an extremely large wooden horse.
The frescoes are worth a look however on the day we attended they were overshadowed by an art exhibition
The Padua pass gets you entry for free however expect to pay 4€ extra if there is an...More
We found the entry price to be too expensive for what was there. The things we wanted to see would be surrounded by modern art exhibits and it was more expensive than most of the things we had seen previously. The building itself is nice...More
It was impressive to see a Medieval hall of this size and also to view its painted walls. Unfortunately, this space also seems to be used as an exhibition hall. When I was there, it was featuring an artist who produces large sculptures that involve...More
The Palazzo's interior is even more stunning than it's exterior. You will not believe how huge it is inside. The market itself closes quite early but the selection, from meats to cheeses to fruit, is perfect. The art display inside will not be to everyone's...More
The vast hall above the market is truly amazing. The walls are covered with frescos of the zodiac and you need the crib sheet or you miss some. An art exhibition was bring held within when we visited which was interesting.
With our apartment only three short blocks away, visiting the Palazzo della Ragione – Palace of Reason, built in 1218 to house the courts – should have been easy. However, this vast hall, with purportedly the world’s largest unsupported roof, was closed when we tried...More
Palazzo della Ragione is an impressive medieval building between the Piazza della Frutta and the Piazza del Erbe. The building has its origin in the 13th century. It has been claimed that on the first floor the roof is the largest in Europe unsupported by...More