In this chapter we discuss the marvelous territory of Mossano, immersed in the green hills and the gentle torrents of water. In the town of Mossano we can enjoy a pleasant and interesting walk, not very demanding, to discover the testimonies left over the course of history. The well-marked route starts from the town’s church … Read more
In this chapter we discuss one of the most marked areas in Italy, where many soldiers lost their lives during the Great War, Moriago della Battaglia. The small town of Moriago della Battaglia, located north of the river Piave and Montello, is home to a monumental and natural area of 112 hectares called Island of … Read more
In this chapter we treat the city of Longarone, immersed in the valleys of the province of Belluno and in the Dolomites, a World Heritage Site. Longarone is sadly known to have been completely destroyed on October 9, 1963 at 22:39, when a landslide detached from Mount Toc, (which stands opposite the towns of Erto … Read more
In this chapter we discuss the historic site of the University of Padova, the Bo Palace, one of the oldest in the world. The Bo Palazzo is the historic headquarters of the University of Padua since 1539 and continues to attract students and professors from all over Italy and beyond. It is a unique and … Read more
In this chapter we discuss one of the religious buildings that have become a symbol for the Paduan, the Basilica of Santa Giustina. The Basilica of Santa Giustina, one of the largest churches in the world, emerges solemn and imposing against the background of Prato della Valle, in the southern part of the city of … Read more
In this chapter we treat the Botanical Garden of Padua, the oldest garden in the world, thanks also to the University of Padova. The Botanical Garden of Padova is the oldest in the world and continues to exist, on a land which once belonged to Benedictine monks, from 1545 and, since 1997, is a UNESCO … Read more
In this chapter we discuss the Squares of Padova, a meeting point for citizens and the different markets held in the city. The Squares of Padova are one of the meeting places for Paduans, places where you can meet old friends, drink a good coffee, brighten up your day with some typical shot or simply … Read more
In this chapter we discuss one of the most beautiful and characteristic cities of Veneto, surrounded by still perfectly intact walls: Cittadella. The charm of Cittadella arises from its walls and go beyond the personality of its particularly proud and enterprising people. The amazing city wall built by the inhabitants of Padua between 1220 and … Read more
In this chapter we deal with the symbolic places, the imposing villas and the most characteristic cities in Upper Padova territory.
In this chapter we discuss one of the most fascinating and engaging cities of the lower Padua area, which still preserves its town walls: Este.