He is a dear friend, and his restaurant in Padua, Italy is worth the trip!
At Padua, it has been observed that fowls have a cranium perforated by numerous holes, and hollowed out like a shell.
Gambling alone could do it, but everybody had gone to Padua.
The conditions were hard and humiliating to the chief of Padua.
A few years after the Count of Padua had her operated on, and made her fortune.
The name of Cremonini, professor of philosophy for above forty years at Padua, is better known than his writings.
"I see that you are not safe in Padua," she said in the end.
There were also good painters in Padua, Ferrara, and Verona in the fifteenth century.
He died at Padua in 1565, at the age of over a hundred years.
Those of Pisa and Padua were the earliest, and perhaps the most celebrated.
Italian city, Italian Padova, from Latin Patavium, probably from Gaulish *padi "pine," in reference to the pine forests thereabouts. Related: Paduan.