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Oratorio di San Giorgio, Padua

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  • Is located on the side of the Basilica of St Anthony this charming oratory, is a Romanesque building, built by the Marquis of Lupi di Soragna as burial chapel in 1377. The beautiful frescoes illustrating scenes from the Gospel, such as the adoration of the Magi, with stories of St. George and the story of St. Catherine and St. Lucia. Is it possible with eight euros to visit the Scoletta del Santo, where inside you can admire beautiful masterpieces Priory Hall performed by painters of great value such as: Jerome from Saint Bartholomew Antisemitic, but especially the great maestro Tiziano Vecelio, with its youthful masterpieces. A must see!
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  • Beautiful artistic site in the immediate vicinity of the basilica of Sant'Antonio, worth a visit for the frescoes therein.
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  • As I already wrote in his review of the Scoletta del Santo, the latter and the Oratory of San Giorgio are perhaps little known (found only two visitors) but should be absolutely visited, are located just next to the Basilica of Saint Anthony and with only 8 euros you can visit both. The oratory is a small Funeral Chapel on the ground floor of late 14th century frescoes are excellently preserved and depict scenes of childhood and death of Jesus, the life of Saint George, Saint Lucia and Saint Catherine of Alexandria. Really resembles a little the Scrovegni Chapel. They really deserve it. Next, at the top of a staircase, the Scoletta del Santo with frescoes by Titian.
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