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The oldest Botanic Garden in the world was founded here in Padua in 1545 and has collected numerous exotic and local species in the same location continuously through the centuries.
Called the "Queen of Venetian Villas," the Villa Pisani really is a grand dame on the Brenta River.
The French writer Stendhal described it as "le meilleur d'Italie" and Pedrocchi must have been a coffee out of the ordinary, by that time!
The lovely Church of Eremitani rises in the homonym square in the city of Padua.
Walking straight in front of the dome, you will reach Piazza delle Erbe, part of an ancient trade area.
A curtain of ancient buildings surrounds Piazza dei Signori, which is dedicated to the Seigniory of Carrara.
Piazza del Santo, real heart of the so-called Anthonine City, shows as follows: - Donatello's Gattamelata (1453), on its high pedestal in front of the Basilica of St Antonio.
Prato della Valle is the largest square in Italy and the second largest in the world, just after Red Square in Moscow.
The Cappella degli Scrovegni is a must-see sight when you're in Padova.
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