The cathedral was built after modification based on Michelangelo's design, and its style was influenced by Giotto!
It was built on the design of Michelangelo, and it was remodeled to cover the story of the New Testament and the Old Testament.
One of the most beautiful churches in Italy, whether external or internal, a mix of architectural styles
The Duomo di Padova Cathedral is located in the most lively place in the city center. There are so many cathedrals in Padua, and one is bigger than one.
Padova, one of the oldest cities in northern Italy, is close to the biggest name Venice, but there are a lot fewer tourists. The Church of St. Anthony 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. River Valley Square is one of the largest squares in Europe. There is even a canal on the square and 78 exquisite sculptures on both sides of the river. In addition, the Palace of Law and the Botanical Garden of the University of Padua are also famous attractions, the latter of which is a world cultural heritage. Transportation: Padua is about 40 kilometers away from Venice. It is very convenient to travel by car, bus or train.