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Off beaten path yet central. Not overwhelmed by tourists. Short walk from prato della valle and several buses and tram stop in front. Cafe, newstand, Vinotecca and a PAM supermarket accross the street.
My husband learned of this saint and wanted to visit. This St. Leopold Mandic is known as the confessor saint. He was born in Montenegro (Croatia) in 1866 snd reached Padua in 1909 and remained until he died in 1942. This place has his tomb...More
Although many people are drawn to the Basilica of Saint Anthony, i must confess that Saint Leopoldo has a special place in my heart. Through his intercessions, many good and miraculous things have come into my life and those I love. I first visited this...More
A lovely place to visit and see were the St. Leopold Mandic lived and spent long hour listening to peoples confessions. His body rests in the sarcophagus at the sanctuary were you can pray beside it, also a lovely chapel and souvenir shop. visited last...More