It is a place worth visiting. The inside is not big but the murals inside are really special. The whole house is fully painted and the colors are also very beautiful. I went a few years ago. I was not allowed to take pictures inside at the time, so there were no pictures, but I was impressed.
The Scrovegni Chapel, a masterpiece in the history of painting in Italy and Europe in the 14th century, is considered to be the most complete series of frescoes executed by Giotto in his mature age.
The Scrovegni Chapel, located in the ruins of the ancient amphitheater in Padua, is a Roman-style chapel. The walls and ceilings of the chapel are painted with frescoes. There is no break between the frescoes and the frescoes. The frescoes are continuous, which is quite spectacular.
The appearance of the Scrovegni Chapel is very ordinary, but when you walk into the chapel, the scene in front of you will be shocking: not only the murals are wonderful, but the overall blue tone is dreamlike.
It is a Roman style chapel fresco depicting the life of Jesus and Mary