The highest reachable point in the city.
From the top of the XIII century tower you will see Padova in an unfamiliar but breathtaking way. You'll se all the secret gardens surrounded by the walls of medieval palaces, the towering and unexpected dome of Duomo, the "high places" used by Valle to measure and trace the best city plan of the late 18th century.
In the dungeon you'll discover the misery of the prisoners of the tyrant Ezzelino da Romano.
Climbing the 200 steps (sorry, no wheelchairs beyond the first hundred steps) you'll appreciate the patient and obscure work of astronomers at the beginning of the Age of Enlightenment.
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