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Chiesa degli Eremitani

Piazza Eremitani 9, 35129, Padua, Italy
+39 049 875 6410
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  • Average6%
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Piazza Eremitani 9, 35129, Padua, Italy
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The church was damaged in 1944 by bombibg but restored beautifuly. It is a a romanesque churh with fragnents of fresco by Mantegnaand lovely frescos by Guarieto who was Giotto's student. It is a very imposing and beautiful building and do not miss it!! Yona...More

Thank Yona S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We were they only two in this church when we visited. It is sparsely decorated and this makes the fresco's that are there very special. The church was badly bombed during World war II so this explains why it is so plain - a lot...More

Thank Taxidevil
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This church is huge. People who say it's boring or nothing special should look a little more closely. Yes it's fairly simple now but once would have been sumptuous and still has things to inspire. It boasts a beautiful crucifix attributed to Giusta da Manabuoi...More

Thank Aquinasmagister
Reviewed 3 July 2017 via mobile

At first this church looks a little boring compared to the fresco laden nearby churches. It also is very different in style. It is huge, a little humble reflecting it's origins but look deepen at the alter and on each side. High decor has been...More

Thank Mr_Pab_2016
Reviewed 11 June 2017

As my heading says- it was a nice church but nothing special about as compared to St Anthony's. We had to kill time before our appointment to Scrovegni Chapel (which is next door) so this was the obvious choice. There were some nice frescoes that...More

Thank Tony D
Reviewed 11 May 2017

very nice church, which is also very old, nice decoration inside, a park close by and a painting exhibition

Thank Piotr M
Reviewed 27 April 2017

Huge, spartan, austere - and powerful church (and I'm not religious). Of particular interest are the efforts to recreate the artwork destroyed during World War II bombing.

1  Thank FTMDave
Reviewed 27 March 2017

Huge room which defies the last gif of Renaissance church architecture. Vast wooden boat ceiling and interesting frescoes. Not to be overlooked

1  Thank Wellfan
Reviewed 23 March 2017

Bombed by the Americans and the British in March 11944, this church has managed to salvage lovely frescoes by Menabuoi and the marvelous Mantegna with the cycle of San Christoforo. The altar piece is also very distinguished and the whole church makes you humble.

1  Thank Eleni O
Reviewed 8 March 2017

I downloaded the city of Padua's mp3 series (at padovanet.it) to lead my talking tour. Although some of the info was out of date, (especially the route from the park to the Scrovegni Chapel), there was a very nice segment about the Church of the...More

Thank Tiffy_Bird
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