Padua Cathedral is the most famous scenic spot in Padua. It was built between 1232 and 1300. The architectural design of this Roman-Gothic cathedral is also very distinctive, from the appearance of each angle is different. On the front square of the church stands a bronze statue of General Gatamelata, who defended Padova in the 15th century. It is the representative work of Donatello.
Padua's logo, magnificent and diverse, is one of the most beautiful churches in Italy.
On this day we came to Padua. The main plan is to eat at night at a restaurant ranked 27th in the world. By the way, explore what scenic spots Padua has to play with. This St. Anthony's church is very good. It also has a Chinese phonetic guide. You can see many letters written to Anthony by the believers, and you can watch the believers receive the blessings of the priest. Unlike the solemn atmosphere of St. Peter's Cathedral, it is full of warmth and happiness.
Out of the University of Padova Botanical Garden, a few minutes'walk along an alley was Padova's first attraction, the Basilica di San" Antonio. It is not exaggerated to say that it is the first place of interest, because it is really too atmospheric, too grand, too beautiful.
A few minutes'walk down an alley was Padova's first attraction, the Church of San Antonio.
St. Anthony's Cathedral is really spectacular and beautiful.