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Saint Anthony of Padova is a much-venerated saint all over Italy, so the basilica dedicated to him in the city of Padova is rightfully a highlight.
A beautiful church between Conegliano and Miane, the Pieve di San Pietro di Feletto contains incredible frescoes.
The Romanesque masterpiece of San Zeno is Verona's cathedral, dedicated to the city's patron saint.
In the pretty village of Follina, the Abbey of Santa Maria has drawn pilgrims for centuries.
The most recognized building in Venice, the Basilica of San Marco is a stunning architectural gem.
One of Verona's major churches is the Basilica of Sant'Anastasia.
The cathedral of Padova is dedicated to Santa Maria Assunta, the ascended Mary.
The Basilica of Santa Maria and Donato deserves a visit for its impressive examples of lagoon Romanesque art.
This marvellous example of Gothic art is also known as the 'British church', because of the generous British funds that contributed to restore the building after the disastrous flood happened in 1966.
Precious small church located nearby Rialto.
The domes and bell tower of Santa Maria della Salute make the church a distinctive landmark on the skyline of Venice.
The Frari church is one of the most impressive in Venice with artwork and architecture that show off more than five centuries of culture and history of the Serenissima.
San Giorgio dei Greci is one of Venice's most interesting churches for its unusual history and determination.
In the Venetian lagoon between Venice herself and the island of Murano, this unusual isle bears a church along with the civic cemetery.
A gloriously ornate church, the Jesuits came back to Venice with a bold statement following a period of banishment.
Sitting on the airy Campo di Santo Stefano, the church of the same name takes you by surprise.
This is one of Venice's most unique churches, not only for its extravagant exterior but its name.
The Augustinian order known as the Brothers of the Hermits built this church in 1276.
The Cappella degli Scrovegni is a must-see sight when you're in Padova.
One of the "Grandi Scuole" of Venice created by lay confraternities is that of San Rocco, which was established in 1478 and continues to this day.
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