Basilica of St. Antonio

The Basilica of St. Antonio, which began immediately after the death of the Holy (1231) and completed early next century, is a grand Romanesque-Gothic building with eight oriental domes and bell towers. It houses the mortal remains of St. Antonio and attracts devotees from all over the world.
Among the many works of art preserved inside frescoes Altichiero emerge and Giusto de Menabuoi (end of '300), the crucifix, statues and bronze reliefs of the Main, renowned works of Donatello, Altar of the Holy Chapel and the Treasury.
Next to the basilica stands the oratory of S. George, with a great fresco cycle of Altichiero, the Scuola del Santo, which preserves three famous frescoes by Tiziano (1511) and the Museum Antonio, where there are works of art, jewels and ancient vestments of considerable importance.
The square stands the equestrian statue of Gattamelata, Donatello masterpiece, completed in 1453. A real island museum collects 3000 years of history.
The remains of ancient Roman arena surrounding the Scrovegni Chapel

More information on the official website of the Basilica of the Holy