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This Basilica was amazing. I entered this church after most of the rest of the group and did not hear the instruction that no photos were allowed, so I was taking pictures in this church when another person on the tour told me about it....More
The Chiesa del Santo, as locals call it, is an impressive monument: it is a very large church, with the typical basilica design, and impressively decorated on the inside, with frescoes, oil paintings, mosaics , stone carvings and a collection of relics supposedly going back...More
There are many beautiful works of art within this church. But not sure what the big deal in not being allowed to take a photo without a flash. They come running up to stop you.
Oh well, it's a nice church.
My favourite monument in Padova. I went 3 times there during my week in Padova. A multimedia show explanes the life of St. Antonio with a contemporary persective. At the end you can take a picture that will be send at your home withe blessing...More
This morning we made our way from our self-catering apartment to the Basilica of Saint Anthony, the 13th Century Franciscan who covered a surprising portion of Europe and North Africa with his popular preaching. When I misplaced something, my paternal grandmother would advise me to...More
Completely surprised by this Basilica. I can't clearly explain why, but I think it's beauty is very close to St. Peter's in Rome... in it's own way. It's huge, but maybe the scale is more relatable? I just found every corner to be fascinating. I...More
You can visit any time. During Mass, the seats in front of the main altar are cordoned off and reserved for Mass goers only. However, there's plenty to see around the sides of the basilica and in the cloisters. As soon as... More
You can visit any time. During Mass, the seats in front of the main altar are cordoned off and reserved for Mass goers only. However, there's plenty to see around the sides of the basilica and in the cloisters. As soon as Mass is over, you can walk through the centre.