ESTE, Chiostro S. Francesco
Via Garibaldi 23, Este (PD)
The monumental complex of San. Francesco was built to the beginning of the ‘600 from the expert Anthonio Zucato, englobing a part of the ancient surrounded building; known as "Collegio Vescovile", was in origin the convent Friars Francescani.
The cloister of palladian taste, is constituted by a square body endowed with colonnade in the four sides with pillars and arcades in brick to sight alternated to the plaster, while the superior plan is open from windows crowned by a triangular eardrum alternate to injured of it.
Visualizza Euganea Festival 2013 in una mappa di dimensioni maggiori