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Scoletta del Santo, Padua
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  • A little hard to get access. Once inside just sit down and closely examine the pictures. Just so interesting. 
  • Next to the Basilica of the Saint lies this scoletta really very nice. It was a chance to discover it. It is the seat of the confraternity of St. Anthony. Going up a marble staircase worn by time, you get into this Hall whose ceiling is all made of wood and the walls painted. 2 of these frescoes are of young Titian. The impact is astonishing. Entry fee.
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  • This is a typical Venetian atmosphere, a large wood-paneled room with a band of frescoes by several painters of early ' 500, including three lovely Titian's early works. It is a place little known and very quiet despite the flow of pilgrims to the Basilica. With only 5 euros total visiting the adjacent oratorio di s. Giorgio, covered with frescoes of the Giotto School of 300.
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