Padua is close to the romantic water city of Venice. In the evening we came to this city that is not famous in China, but it also has a pivotal position in Europe, with the oldest botanical garden in Europe and the Roman-Gothic cathedral built in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. - St. Antonio's Church, the Scrowney's Chapel, famous for its Giotto's murals, and the University of Padua, the second oldest university in Europe. Galileo and Dante taught here, and Copernicus studied here. I don't know if I don't know. There are so many stories of history and culture here. In the square in the center of Padua, we met a row of big trees wearing crocheted openwork sweaters. It is said that these are prepared by the parents of each leaving child. Represents a love. Leaving the central square, we walked towards the San Antonio Church, a landmark of Padua and a place of pilgrimage for the believers. Originally to commemorate Padua's asylum seeker San Antonio. The majestic church and the combination of various architectural styles make it a landmark in Padua. The pointed arches are a Roman-style transition to Gothic style. The Byzantine domes and the Turkish-style minaret are staggered, and the continuous blind arches under the gables are reminiscent of Lombard. The hustle and bustle of various architectural styles inside the church is also very obvious. For example, the two sides of the symmetrical ear hall are two completely different styles - Romanesque and Gothic.