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I enjoy the “simplicity” of this basilica. Unlike others, the ceilings and floors and much more simple. Each section contains beautiful art which is all over Italy. A pleasant surprise was the tomb of St. John the evangelist. Also buried here is St. Matthias who...More
I made my way to the Basilica di Santa Giiustina, the second most important pilgrimage site in Padova after the Basilica di San Antonio and reportedly the second-largest church in the world. It was indeed huge, but the ceiling and arches in the immense nave...More
Very similar in the architectural structure of the nearby San Francesco church, Santa Giustina isn't nearly as ornate or as stunningly beautiful inside, but is well worth seeing. The artwork and side chapels here are all very impressive and in many ways, the bareness of...More
When I first came across this Basilica .I had gotten lost and thought it was Saint Anthony's Basilica. When inside and was surprised that it wasn't . But It was just as impressive and art everywhere. It is just a few blocks south of Saint...More