Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta con il suo Battistero, Padua
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  • Austere compared to St Anthony, but still deserves a quick visit to see the church and Baptistery. Most of what you see now is from the mid-16th century. It has symmetrical aisles and domes, and an in...  more »
  • While the main religious attraction is the Basilica of San Antonio, the Duomo of Padua is very picturesque and worth a visit. Although its facade is quite rustic and square goes unnoticed among the tables of restaurants, inside at the same time is bright, classic and modern.
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  • Catedrale di Santa Maria Assunta is actually a complex of several buildings such as Church of Saint Helena, Canonial Museum, library, cloister and others. It is the first Christian basilica in the 4. You can see remains of mosaics of the earlier churches. Passed by an earthquake in 1117, when began the restoration. In the 15th and 16th centuries is that the side chapels were built, wealth and unspeakable beauty. Today, eighteen chapels performed by various artists featuring paintings, sculptures, frescoes. Worth a lengthy visit.
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