PaduaThe Cathedral of Padua
Piazza Duomo, one of the squares in the heart of Padua, is characterized by the silhouettes of the Cathedral standing between the Episcopal palace and the Baptistery
PaduaThe Monastery of Saint Anthony
Once the humble dwelling of Saint Anthony, the Friary developed over the centuries into the five splendid cloisters located on the southern side of the Basilica.
PaduaBasilica of Santa Giustina
The Paduan Basilica is one of the largest churches in the Christian world and one of the greatest masterpieces of Renaissance architecture.
PaduaChurch of Santa Sofia
The oldest church in Padua, dedicated to Saint Sophia, was the original cathedral of Padua, built in the twelfth century on the site of a previous pagan temple.
PaduaChurch of San Canziano
One of the oldest churches in the city, also popularly known as the Church of Santa Rita, it is historically a place of faith and meditation.
PaduaChurch of San Clemente
The Church of San Clemente is a small Baroque-style Roman Catholic church with an ancient history overlooking the Piazza dei Signori.