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Via Santa Sofia La visita non è consentita durante tutte le cerimonie religiose parrocchiali, 35100, Padua Italy
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Day Trip from Milan to Padua
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More than 3000 years ago, in the north of Italy, this old, vibrant town was founded.<br>Having been surrounded by various natural and cultural attractions such as the Euganean Springs, the Euganean Hills, the medieval defensive walls, castles, villas and many more, it shows how rich with treasures this land is.<br>Padua was also an important scientific center witnessed by almost 800 years old University within which is the oldest botanical garden in Europe, a garden that found its place on UNESCO's list of world heritage sites in Europe.<br>Experience this fascinating mix of art, culture, flavors and traditions, by visiting Padua.
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johnmodesto wrote a review Jul 2019
Modesto, California546 contributions174 helpful votes
Italy is filled with magnificent cathedrals, basilicas, baptisteries, and churches, this one being well down the list of tourist must sees. That said it is free to visit, won't be mobbed with people, and is distinguished for its age, design, and architecture. Its slightly off the beaten path but the walk to it from other attractions in the city is delightful and short. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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itravel s wrote a review Jul 2018
Austria113 contributions25 helpful votes
if you have intereset with history you should see, one of the oldest gotic building, inside is also should be seen
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Date of experience: September 2017
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marcbetjes wrote a review Jun 2018
Brussels, Belgium281 contributions26 helpful votes
Nice church but not a very big one, small organ, only a lot off groups inside here ... Lovely paintings and ornaments.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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GloriaAnchio wrote a review Oct 2017
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania171 contributions66 helpful votes
There are very few churches in Europe that date from the year 1000, just as Europe was coming out of the "dark ages." This is a simple, albeit imposing, church which has recently been completely restored. Where else could one see the baptismal font where Galileo's son was baptized?
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Aquinasmagister wrote a review Aug 2017
Hatfield, United Kingdom351 contributions162 helpful votes
While relatively unadorned this church is beautiful with remnants of frescos and Some gloriously wonky brickwork. It's a beautiful and simple church which is worth a slow walk round to discover stone and other features. It is well words visit. You can buy a really good book on this church in the bookshop of the musei civic I/ musei eremitani/ scrovegni chapel
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Date of experience: August 2017
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