The ‘Padova Urbs picta’ nomination is an ambitious project that brings together a unique body of work: fresco cycles painted in different secular and religious buildings throughout the city by various artists over the century or so after Giotto had painted his innovative Scrovegni Chapel frescoes, his undoubted masterpiece in this medium.
On Monday 26 April the cultural sites of Padua reopen to the public. The first to welcome visitors, on Monday 26 April, will be the Scrovegni Chapel. As always, reservations are required by phone (call center 049 20.100.20) or online (www.cappelladegliscrovegni.it).
For a few days at Palazzo della Ragione CIBA has been carrying out non-invasive investigations on the frescoed walls of the Salone di Palazzo della Ragione, a member of the Padua Urbs picta candidacy for the World Heritage List . READ MORE >>