On Sunday, I drove from Verona to Venice and passed Padua for a short tour. On Sunday, the streets were very empty, but when I walked to the Basilica of St. Anthony, it immediately became lively. There is a weekend market around the church and the church itself is very busy. Famous, I spend my time around the church
St. Anthony’s Church is a hodgepodge of Western architecture. Romanesque, Gothic, Byzantine and even Lombard styles all occupy a place, creating a magnificent church with a fairytale style. There are many famous works of Renaissance sculptor Donatello on the square in front of the church and in the church.
A more famous church in the local area. There are quite a lot of people on weekends. There is a bronze statue at the door, which is said to be a very powerful figure. The cloister in front of the church is also a very classic place.
The Cathedral of Padua is the most famous attraction in Padua. It was built between 1232 and 1300. The architectural design of this Roman-Gothic cathedral is also very distinctive, and every angle is different from the appearance. On the square on the front of the church, there is a bronze statue of Gata Melata, a 15th-century general who defended Padua, which is a representative work of Donatello.
The symbol of Padua, magnificent, huge, diverse in style, one of the most beautiful churches in Italy