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Scoletta del Santo, Padua

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  • I visited the wonderful little Scoletta del Santo with the nearby St. George's Oratory. Beautiful, but to improve a lot the Italian and foreign tourists ' attention in the CF.
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  • Meta unconsidered from classic tourist itineranei. Near the Basilica del Santo. For those who choose a bonus and a blast from the past. He knows not to be missed.
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  • If you are remotely interested in art do not miss the opportunity to combine a visit to the Basilica of the Saint to the Scoletta del Santo and the Oratory of San Giorgio. With a combined ticket of € 8 (but there are discounts x families and groups) you can visit both, are right next to the Basilica, looking at the front right. They are perhaps less known because inside we found only two visitors: the Scoletta was the Hall where he met the confraternity of Saint Anthony, a magnificent lounge with a coffered ceiling and walls from the fresco cycle with the miracles of Saint Anthony. Three are the work of a very young Titian. The ticket office will give you a card with some information about the Scoletta and the oratory. The Scoletta is atop a staircase while the beautiful Oratory is on the ground floor.
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