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When visiting Italian churches after a while it is difficult to distinguish one church from another and they all begin to look the same. This church is stark by comparison and it's simplicity makes it stand out from all the others. The side chapels are...More
The cathedral has been baroqued and largely painted white. The facade is the oldest part. It's well done baroque but somewhat austere. A lovely Blessed sacrament Chapel
Various attempts at liturgical re-ordering have been more or less well done. The recent altar rail wall is...More
Don´t be fooled by its austere façade, this interesting temple deserves a visit. It´s not the church I liked most in my trip to Italy, but it´s outstanding anyway. I would point out that it´s quite original as there are some contemporary sculptures in the...More
Compared to the other, magnificent churches in Padova, the Duomo is much more modern and average. Free to enter. I didn't go into the next-door Battistero as I think it was closed (Bank Holiday): it costs €3 to enter and is apparently covered in beautiful...More
Loved our visit here and to the Baptistry next door. Plainer than St Antony's Basilica but beautiful nevertheless. Loved the modern crucifix, lectern and other works by the same sculptor. The stained glass windows in the crypt were with a look. Very peaceful!
Austere compared to St Anthony, but still deserves a quick visit to see the church and Baptistery. Most of what you see now is from the mid-16th century. It has symmetrical aisles and domes, and an interesting floor.
It is the resting place of several...More