Padova, Italy: The Scrovegni Chapel

published 6 years ago by Rick Steves

Padova's Scrovegni Chapel, with its precious 14th-century Giotto frescoes, is one of Italy’s most beloved art treasures. At, you'll find money-saving travel tips, small-group tours, guidebooks, TV shows, radio programs, podcasts, and more on this destination.

I then screw Vini chapel with its precious 14 sentries Otto frescoes is one of Italy's most 11 art treasures considered too fragile to be seen by huge numbers of people sites like this are open only to a limited number of visitors who make a reservation in advance. Wall papered with chateau's beautifully preserved cycle of frescoes the glorious chapel painted in about the year 1300 depicts the lives of Jesus and Mary. Giotto considered the first modern painter painted scenes that were more realistic human anything that had been done for 1000 years. Moving beyond. Gold creek. Realistic. Shuttle. Reduces. Rocks. Trees. Animal ...

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