Padua, October 2019
Padua is well known for its columns and Antonio Palladio, its churches and Saint Ahntony of Padua, and its university and Galileo Galilei.
It is also a city of water, though. It sits on the river Bacchiglione, 40km west of Venice, a river that once acted as a moat, circling the old city’s walls. The waterways are still there and well worth a stroll, to view the palatial buildings that the waterways attracted.
Copyright Debbie Smyth, 16 December 2019
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