Padua

Padua is a city in Northern Italy’s Veneto region. It’s known for the frescoes by Giotto in its Scrovegni Chapel in 1303–05 and the vast 13th-century Basilica of St. Anthony. The basilica, with its Byzantine-style domes and notable artworks, contains the namesake saint’s tomb. In Padua's old town are arcaded streets and stylish cafes frequented by students of the University of Padua, established in 1222.
Universita di Padua ( palazzo di Bo) where Galileo and Gabriele Fallopio ( whom Fallopian tube was named after) used to teach.

Universita di Padua ( palazzo di Bo) where Galileo and Gabriele Fallopio ( whom Fallopian tube was named after) used to teach.

Travel back in time, Padua alleyway

Travel back in time, Padua alleyway

House where Galileo Galilee used to live

House where Galileo Galilee used to live

Market place at Padua

Market place at Padua

Street at Padua

Street at Padua

Basilica di Sant Antoni

Basilica di Sant Antoni

Basilica di Sant Antoni

Basilica di Sant Antoni

Caffe Pedrocchi

Caffe Pedrocchi

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