Monastero Di San Daniele, Abano Terme

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  • A beautiful church, but not freely accessible, the Church itself is also denied, seems odd the access with an iron grille largely. So take the visitors on a small prayer bench for the actual Church room for a prayer.
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  • The monastery of San Daniele is situated in Abano Terme, located on a small and not very high Hill of the hills. It was built almost at the Centre of the spa area of the town of Padua and of Torreglia, Monteortone and Montegrotto, the building is surrounded by tall cypress trees. Built in the years between 1076 and 1078, at the behest of "Lords of Montagnon". The Hill belonged to the family who, after the accidental discovery of the body of the martyr Daniel of Padua in 1075 in the basilica of santa Giustina, dedicated to the Saint a small church and a monastery. For many centuries the monastery was entrusted to the care of the Benedictine monks of Praglia which helped to till the lands and reclamation works. From the monastery one can enjoy a beautiful view. The whole area is interesting and worth a visit.
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  • Beautiful view, beautiful old convent, small Caffe with friendly operation. Beautiful walk from Abano Terme to the Monastero.
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  • A wounderful place with a museum worth to be seen
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  • Built in the late 12th century, was entrusted to the Benedictine monks. In the 15th century it passed to the Augustinian Canons who added the cloister. With the abolition of the monastery by the Venetian Republic, the complex was converted into a summer residence by the Bonomi family-Tallon. Since 1948 it has been restored to the Benedictine Sisters. Being a cloistered place, can be visited only aristocratic environments become villa: the rooftop terrace, with beautiful view of the façade, the garden and above all of the plain that stretches from the Euganean Hills to Padua; the fire hall, the sala degli stucchi, the yellow room used as living room-living room, the red room used as a dining room. To highlight the floor in geometrical design in Walnut wood strips and larch and the coffered ceiling. Antique furniture, knick-knacks and all the fixings. The small church, rebuilt in 1711, has circular shape. On the pediment of the façade is the Christ the Redeemer Statue of two angels. Inside there are two altarpieces by Palma il Giovane. In a room are displayed and offered for sale natural products of the monastery and handicrafts of the sisters. Impressive silence and tranquillity that permeate the climb and visit to the monastery.
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  • Tranquil, dominates Montegrosso.
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  • Splendid view
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