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It is one of the highlights of Padova. Inside there is the grave of the holy Antonius. You pray for him, that he intercedes by God and Jesus, if you want to find something. People donate big candles at this grave. Also interesting art works...More
In this church the Saint San Antonio is buried. Famous for getting husband to the single women when they turn their image and they pray to him.
Beyond the Catholic, the church is a work of art that is worth visiting. Of Gothic, Romanesque, Renancentist...More
This 13th-century basilica, dedicated to Saint Anthony of Padua, features a Romanesque facade and a Gothic interior. When I first saw the structure from the large square in front, my eyes darted to the roof with its eight domes and two small minarets, as well...More
Having grown up in Padova, I can easily say this is the best building you'll see in town. Better than the Scrovegni chapel, hands down (and it's free). Not as good as the Basilica in Venice, but sure worth an hour's tour. Enjoy your visit!
You can visit any time. During Mass, the seats in front of the main altar are cordoned off and reserved for Mass goers only. However, there's plenty to see around the sides of the basilica and in the cloisters. As soon as... More
You can visit any time. During Mass, the seats in front of the main altar are cordoned off and reserved for Mass goers only. However, there's plenty to see around the sides of the basilica and in the cloisters. As soon as Mass is over, you can walk through the centre.