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Monumento a Gattamelata

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Monumento a Gattamelata

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Piazza del Santo, 35100, Padua Italy
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You will leave by boat from the Catajo Castle, like the nobles of the past who took the waterways from Venice or Padua to reach their villas here in the Euganean Hills. From here also started the volcanic stone to pave the Piazza San Marco, cereals and wine barrels towards the rich Venetian markets.<br><br>The excursion takes place with a traditional Venetian wooden boat called the caorlina.<br><br>Finally, you will have a guided tour of the Castello del Catajo, the most visited private villa in the Veneto region.<br><br>To reach our agency you can take the train from the following cities in Veneto. Get off at the Terme Euganee Abano Montegrotto stop located in Montegrotto Terme. From the station there are 5 minutes on foot to our agency.<br><br>- Train from Padua (10min.)<br>- Train from Venice (40min.)<br>- Train from Bologna (1h20min.)<br>- Train from Treviso (55min.)<br>- Train from Vicenza (1h.)<br>- Train from Verona (1h.55min.)<br>- Train from Ferrara (50min.)<br>
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This statue was for the coming centuries the example, how to make a statue of a noble on the horse. Erasmo de Narmi - the Gattamelata was a leader of the Venetian troops.
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One of the best examples of the Renaissance Sculpture built by Donatello. Located in front of Basilica di Sant'Antonio
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Once you are here (e.g. for visiting the basilica), you should also pay little attention to this statue.
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Initially, I didn't think this bronze equestrian statue could possibly be important. There it stood, on a high pedestal to the left of the Basilica of Sant Antonio's entrance. Placed right at the edge of a main street, it looked at traffic and was blocked by nearby souvenir
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This statue is located just outside the main entrance and facade of the basilica of St. Anthony, in the heart of Padua. it represents and Commendatore, a Venetian soldier who fought for and protected Padua in the middle ages. it is a beautifully executed sculpture, that has
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