Padova

La chiesa risale al 1300 e presenta un campanile in “stile barocco uso torre, sormontato dalla croce”con tre . La struttura è di mattoni, a forma rettangolare. Ai due lati dell’altare sorgono due...
The Camerini Palace (1400) houses the museum. This was the house of theCardinal Pietro Bembo. Here you can admire important relics of Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia, Duke and army Commander. A rich...
ll museo ha sede presso Palazzo Camerini (1400), gia' abitazione del Cardinale Pietro Bembo. Custodisce importantissimi cimeli di Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia, Duca d'Aosta e Comandante dell'Armata...
The current decoration is not the original one: the initial frescoes cycle, now lost, was conceived around Francesco Petrarca, guests of Francesco I da Carrar. Inspiration was the work De viris...
The chapel which was located inside the Princes Palace of Carrar, or Royal Palace Cararesi, designed by Ubertino in 1343, was built between 1345 and 1349: It was conceived as a private chapel...
The Marian sanctuary was built by the bishop Agostini, who had promised in vote during the war (1943) if Padua had been spared by the bombings. The church was consecrated December 10, 1954 after the...
The rose garden, designed as a didactic, allows visitors to immerse themselves in a multitude of smells and colors organized into sections: -Space sensory (sight, touch, smell, taste); -The path of...
The monumental Treves de'Bonfili Park, the first park to be designed in Padua, is a significant work designed by Giuseppe Jappelli. The gardens, built between 1829 an 1835, take advantage of the...
The palace commissioning is due to Vitaliano Mussato and his son Galeazzo . The latter completed the construction of the building. After the Alvise Mussato's death, last heir who lived in the palace...
The oldest part of the Castle of Padua dates back to the times of Ezzelino III da Romano, tyrant of the city from 1237 to 1256. On the remains of this structure the Carraresi, lords of Padua, built...

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