Padua is a city in the Veneto region in the north of Italy. The main attractions are the Scrovegni Chapel of 1303-1305 with Giotto's frescoes and the huge Basilica of St. Anthony, crowned with domes in Byzantine style. In the walls of the latter one can see outstanding works of art and the grave of Saint Anthony. The old town is famous for its streets with arcades and stylish cafes, where students of the University of Padua, founded in 1222, like to spend time. The population is 210 thousand people.