In the neighbourhood of Padua are numerous noble villas. Informazioni e Contatti. [7] Still later, Pliny, referring to one of his Paduan protégés' Paduan grandmother, Sarrana Procula, lauds her as more upright and disciplined than any of her strict fellow citizens (Epist. However, depopulation from plague and war ensued. In this area, as well, there are some streets and squares restricted to pedestrian and bicycle use only. Its name will be SFMR and it will reach the province of Venice. Padua stands on the Bacchiglione River, 40 kilometres (25 miles) west of Venice and 29 km (18 miles) southeast of Vicenza. The main offices of 1,300 industries are based here, employing 50,000 people. Il portale di accesso a banche dati e servizi on line del Comune di Padova Copyright 2003 © Comune di Padova - Settore Servizi Informatici e Telematici Padua has long been acclaimed for its university, founded in 1222. Padua is approximately 50 km (31 mi) away from Venice Marco Polo Airport which is the nearest airport with regular commercial service. Ezzelino was unseated in June 1256 without civilian bloodshed, thanks to Pope Alexander IV. All of them started their careers in Petrarca Padova. The list of notable professors and alumni is long, containing, among others, the names of Bembo, Sperone Speroni, the anatomist Vesalius, Copernicus, Fallopius, Fabrizio d'Acquapendente, Galileo Galilei, William Harvey, Pietro Pomponazzi, Reginald, later Cardinal Pole, Scaliger, Tasso and Jan Zamoyski. Statistiche demografiche, numeri utili, CAP da 35121 a 35143, prefisso e PEC. By car, there are 2 motorways (autostrade in Italian): A4 Brescia-Padova, connecting it to Verona (then to Brenner Pass, Innsbruck and Bavaria) and Milan (then Switzerland, Turin and France); A4 Padova-Venezia, to Venice then Belluno (for Dolomites holiday resorts like Cortina) Trieste and Tarvisio (for Austria, Slovenia, Croatia and Eastern Europe); A13 Bologna-Padova, to Ferrara and Bologna (then Central and South Italy). Basketball, cycling (Padua has been for several years home of the famous Giro del Veneto), rowing (two teams among the best ones in Italy, Canottieri Padova and Padova Canottaggio), horseback-riding and swimming are popular sports too. On 10 December 1508, representatives of the Papacy, France, the Holy Roman Empire, and Ferdinand V of Castile concluded the League of Cambrai against the Republic. [15] During one of these bombings, the Church of the Eremitani, with frescoes by Andrea Mantegna, was destroyed, considered by some art historians to be Italy's biggest wartime cultural loss. Railways enthusiasts can visit the Signal Box A (Cabina A), preserved by the "Società Veneta Ferrovie" (a society named after the former public works and railway company, based in "Piazza Eremitani" in Padua) association. Inserisci il codice. This compares with the Italian average of 18.06% (minors) and 19.94% (pensioners). Paolo De Poli, painter and enamellist, author of decorative panels and design objects, 15 times invited to the Venice Biennale was born in Padua. The agreement provided for the complete dismemberment of Venice's territory in Italy and for its partition among the signatories: Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I of the House of Habsburg was to receive Padua in addition to Verona and other territories. In Padua, the year of revolutions of 1848 saw a student revolt which on 8 February turned the University and the Caffè Pedrocchi into battlegrounds in which students and ordinary Paduans fought side by side. It may be connected with Padus, the ancient name of the River Po. During the period of episcopal supremacy over the cities of northern Italy, Padua does not appear to have been either very important or very active. It is also where, in 1678, Elena Lucrezia Cornaro Piscopia became the first woman in the world to graduate from university. In the industrial zone, there are two railway stations, one fluvial port, three truck terminals, two highway exits and a lot of connected services, such as hotels, post offices and directional centres. The city grew in power and self-confidence and in 1138, government was entrusted to two consuls. [4] The city was reputed for its excellent breed of horses and the wool of its sheep. The city hosted also a major military command and many regiments. The university hosts the oldest anatomy theatre, built in 1594. Roads connect Padua with all the large and small centers of the region. Rete Civica del Comune di Padova Note legali, privacy e cookie In 91 BC, Padua, along with other cities of the Veneti, fought with Rome against the rebels in the Social War. [citation needed] The city did not easily recover from this blow, and Padua was still weak when the Franks succeeded the Lombards as masters of northern Italy. [13][14] The worst hit areas were the railway station (the target of most raids) and the northern district of Arcella, where 96 % of all buildings were destroyed; overall, 950 homes were destroyed and 1,400 damaged. The city is picturesque, with a dense network of arcaded streets opening into large communal piazze, and many bridges crossing the various branches of the Bacchiglione, which once surrounded the ancient walls like a moat. This was just 50–60 km (31–37 mi) from Padua, and the city was now in range of the Austrian artillery. Conoscere meglio il sito del Comune di Padova e navigarlo con facilità . The average amount of time people spend commuting with public transit in Padova, Vicenza e Verona, for example to and from work, on a weekday is 46 min. A small ice stadium for skating and hockey is about to be completed, with about 1,000 seats. 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During the next century they were engaged in wars with Venice and Vicenza for the right of water-way on the Bacchiglione and the Brenta. COMUNE DI PADOVA. [24] The current birth rate of Padua is 8.49 births per 1,000 inhabitants compared to the Italian average of 9.45 births. The revolt was however short-lived, and there were no other episodes of unrest under the Austrian Empire (nor previously had there been any), as in Venice or in other parts of Italy; while opponents of Austria were forced into exile. Informativa per il trattamento dei dati personali. After the Fall of Troy, Antenor led a group of Trojans and their Paphlagonian allies, the Eneti or Veneti, who lost their king Pylaemenes to settle the Euganean plain in Italy. Urban public transport includes public buses together with a new Translohr guided tramway (connecting Albignasego, in the south of Padua, with Pontevigodarzere in the north of the city, thanks to the new line built in 2009) and private taxis. Con un semplice clic lo potete visualizzare ed eventualmente stampare o salvare sul … 5% of public transit riders, ride for more than 2 hours every day. Padua's population is 214,000 (as of 2011[update]). Comune di Padova Settore Cultura, Turismo, Musei e Biblioteche. Nearby Abano was the birthplace, and after many years spent in Rome, the deathplace of Livy, whose Latin was said by the critic Asinius Pollio to betray his Patavinitas (q.v. At the Diet of Aix-la-Chapelle (828), the duchy and march of Friuli, in which Padua lay, was divided into four counties, one of which took its title from the city of Padua. It was built in 1897 by the Jesuit fathers and kept alive until 2002. A fire devastated Padua in 1174. The Gino Allegri, or Aeroporto civile di Padova "Gino Allegri", is no longer served by regularly scheduled flights. Il Comune di Padova apre qui gli uffici virtuali e offre ai cittadini e alle imprese una scelta dei propri servizi online. Comune di Padova - Ufficio Tributi . The great families of Camposampiero, Este and Da Romano began to emerge and to divide the Paduan district among themselves. These include: Padua's historic core, includes numerous churches of significant architecture and arts. Eh si! It was many years before Padua recovered from this ravage. [6] In 1311 Padua had to yield to the Scaligeri of Verona. After the defeat of Italy in the battle of Caporetto in autumn 1917, the front line was situated on the river Piave. Still later, the Veneti of Padua successfully repulsed invasions by the Etruscans and Gauls. Deposito di memorie della... Museo d'Arte. Many ancient artifacts and buildings were seriously damaged. The city hosted the Ministry of Public Instruction of the new state, as well as military and militia commands and a military airport. The city was also the site of one of the largest fascist mass rallies, with some 300,000 people reportedly attending one speech by Benito Mussolini. This article is about the city in Italy. The treasury was managed by two chamberlains; and every five years the Paduans sent one of their nobles to reside as nuncio in Venice, and to watch the interests of his native town. A memorable feat was Gabriele D'Annunzio's flight to Vienna from the nearby San Pelagio Castle air field. The Resistenza, the Italian partisans, was very active against both the new fascist rule and the Nazis. The city was again seized by the Goths under Totila, but was restored to the Eastern Empire by Narses only to fall under the control of the Lombards in 568. The Brenta River, which once ran through the city, still touches the northern districts. When Italy entered World War I on 24 May 1915, Padua was chosen as the main command of the Italian Army. Padua has approximately 40 bus lines, which are served by new buses (purchased in 2008-9). Loggia Amulea, as seen from Prato della Valle, Torre degli Anziani as seen from Piazza della Frutta, The Astronomical clock as seen from Piazza dei Signori. The original significance of the Roman name Patavium (Venetian: Padoa) is uncertain. Comune di Padova Cartografia on line Comune di Padova Cartografia on line + Legenda + Layers + Bookmarks + Informazioni + Trova + Disegna + Misura + Stampa + Google Street View + Crea Link Alla Mappa. [8], Padua was also the birthplace of Thrasea Paetus, Asconius Pedianus, and perhaps Valerius Flaccus. Saint Anthony, a Portuguese Franciscan, spent part of his life in the city and died there in 1231. Padua is on the river Bacchiglione, west of Venice. The remains of an amphitheater (the Arena) and some bridge foundations are all that remain of Roman Padua today. The largest immigrant group comes from other European nations (the largest being Romanians, Moldovans, and Albanians): 5.14%, sub-saharan Africa 1.08%, and East Asia: 1.04%. The suffix -av (also found in names of rivers such as Timavus and Tiliaventum) is likely of Venetic origin, precisely indicating the presence of a river, which in the case of Padua is the Brenta. In evidenza. The station was opened in 1842 when the service started on the first part of the Milan–Venice railway (the "Imperial Regia Ferrovia Ferdinandea") built from Padua to Marghera through Mestre. However, despite its wealth, the city was also renowned for its simple manners and strict morality. i.xiv.6). The place of Padua in the history of art is nearly as important as its place in the history of learning. Il Comune di Padova è un comune della Regione Veneto con 210.912 abitanti. A consulate for South Korea is opening soon and a consulate for Moldova was opened on 1 August 2014.[27]. La popolazione si divide in 100535 maschi e 113996 femmine, posizionati con una concentrazione pari a 2,32 per KmQ. The citizens, in order to protect their liberties, were obliged to elect a podestà in 1178. [citation needed], The Roman historian Livy records an attempted invasion by the Spartan king Cleonimos around 302 BC. After enduring a 12-year-long bloody siege, the Lombards stormed and burned the city. 74, Via Piovese - 35127 Padova (PD) | mappa. Padua experiences a humid subtropical climate (Köppen climate classification Cfa) characteristic of northern Italy, modified by the nearby Adriatic Sea. In the years immediately following World War I, Padua developed outside the historical town, enlarging and growing in population, even if labor and social strife were rampant at the time. [6] Padua also provided the Empire with notable intellectuals. viii.i.3). Il Comune di Padova apre qui gli uffici virtuali e offre ai cittadini e alle imprese una scelta dei propri servizi online. Questo e' il numero di persone del nostro Comune, tra positivi ed isolamenti fiduciari, che hanno contratto il virus Covid . [29] Later that year they had the honour of taking part in the first official GAA match in Italy when they played Ascaro Rovigo GFC in the Adige Cup. The Antonianum is settled among Prato della Valle, the Basilica of Saint Anthony and the Botanic Garden. The university also hosts the oldest botanical garden (1545) in the world. The City Hall, called Palazzo Moroni, the wall of which is covered by the names of the Paduan dead in the different wars of Italy and which is attached to the Palazzo della Ragione; The city centre is surrounded by the 11 km-long (6.8 mi), This page was last edited on 21 December 2020, at 21:34. The city was bombed several times (about 100 civilian deaths). Il Consiglio Comunale, il 9 marzo 2020, ha deliberato di prorogare i termini di versamento di Tari e Cosap a carico di cittadini e imprese.. Con successive delibere del 11 maggio 2020 e 6 luglio 2020 il Consiglio Comunale ha previsto la proroga dei termini di pagamento delle bollette Tari dell’anno 2020. Well known footballers from Padua were Francesco Toldo, who was born here, and Alessandro Del Piero, who started his professional career in the Calcio Padova. Under Austrian rule, Padua began its industrial development; one of the first Italian rail tracks, Padua-Venice, was built in 1845. L'accesso è libero o con registrazione a seconda della tipologia del servizio 37 - L. 190/2012 - D.Lgs 163/2006. In the five years between 2002 and 2007, the population of Padua grew by 2.21%, while Italy as a whole grew by 3.85%. A motorway with more than 20 exits surrounds the city, connecting districts and the small towns of the surrounding region. It is also the economic and communications hub of the area. 19. Pagina istituzionale del Comune di Padova, gestita dal Settore Gabinetto del Sindaco - Rete Civica e URP I bandi sono stati pubblicati nella Gazzetta Ufficiale n° 75 del 25 settembre 2020. It is the capital of the province of Padua. Examples can be found today in the buildings surrounding Piazza Spalato (today Piazza Insurrezione), the railway station, the new part of City Hall, and part of the Bo Palace hosting the University. The Carraresi period was a long period of restlessness, for the Carraresi were constantly at war. Under these governors, the great and small councils continued to discharge municipal business and to administer the Paduan law, contained in the statutes of 1276 and 1362. L'accesso è libero o con registrazione a seconda della tipologia del servizio, I servizi disponibili per i cittadini e le imprese direttamente online, La facilitazione dell'accesso ai servizi attraverso internet, I servizi disponibili per le imprese direttamente online, Per la gestione delle procedure Suap e Sue, Sistema pubblico di identità digitale - Spid, La nuova piattaforma per gestire le pratiche in modo informatizzato. In fact, the poet Martial remarks on the thickness of the tunics made there. Since 2012 the city also has its own Gaelic football club, Padova Gaelic Football. The electronic musician Tying Tiffany was also born in Padua. By the 5th century BC, Padua, rose on the banks of the river Brenta, which in the Roman era was called Medoacus Maior and probably until AD 589 followed the path of the present day Bacchiglione (Retrone). The old monastery of the church now houses the Musei Civici di Padova (town archeologic and art museum). In 1866 the Battle of Königgrätz gave Italy the opportunity, as an ally of Prussia, to take Veneto, and Padua was also annexed to the recently formed Kingdom of Italy. Hai dimenticato il codice? The ending -ium signifies the presence of villages that have united themselves together. This is a list of the mayors of Padua since 1946: * Special prefectural commissioners, nominated after the majority of the members of the City Council resigned in order to remove the mayor from the office. Many supported a new political way, fascism. Meccanismo di feedback. 1970 persone sono state qui. There are also international day trains to Zurich and Munich, and overnight sleeper services to Paris and Dijon (Thello), Munich and Vienna (ÖBB). 1.5. [citation needed]. During the war, industry grew rapidly, and this provided Padua with a base for further post-war development. Per visualizzare e stampare i moduli del Comune di Padova. Padua suffered from the invasion of the Huns and was savagely sacked by Attila in 450. The city was governed by two Venetian nobles, a podestà for civil affairs and a captain for military affairs. Their choice first fell on one of the Este family. 1,910 were here. A number of years afterward, it fell under the control of the Gothic kings Odoacer and Theodoric the Great. There is a play by the Irish writer Oscar Wilde entitled The Duchess of Padua. The F1 racing driver Riccardo Patrese (runner-up 1992, 3rd place in 1989 and 1991; held the world record for having started the most Formula One races, beaten by Rubens Barrichello during the 2008 season) was born and lives in Padova; the racing driver Alex Zanardi also lives in Padova. Avviso. Tra le collezioni del Museo d'Arte Medievale e Moderna quella di dipinti occupa un posto... Museo Bottacin. In 1509 Padua was held for just a few weeks by Imperial supporters. Hai dimenticato la password? The city centre is partly closed to vehicles, except for residents and permitted vehicles. The average age of Padua residents is 45 compared to the Italian average of 42. He is venerated as the first bishop of the city. Consolati esteri [ modifica | modifica wikitesto ] Quintilian, Inst. (GU n.22 del 17-3-2020) [3], However, more recent tests suggest the sepulchre dates to the between the 4th and 3rd centuries BC. Minors (children ages 18 and younger) totalled 14.87% of the population compared to pensioners who number 23.72%. Additionally, the Indo-European root pat- may refer to a wide open plain as opposed to nearby hills. Other railway stations are Padova Ponte di Brenta (soon to be closed), Padova San Lazzaro (planned), Padova Campo di Marte, with no passenger service once used as a freight station which could become one of the stations of the "Servizio Ferroviario Metropolitano Regionale". On 26 April 1945, the partisans started the final insurrection against the Germans and Fascists; in the subsequent fighting, 224 partisans and 497 Germans were killed. The botanical garden Orto Botanico di Padova was founded as the garden of curative herbs attached to the University's faculty of medicine. Gentile utente, facendo seguito all’annuncio dell’azienda Microsoft, vi ricordiamo che il browser Internet Explorer non verrà più mantenuto dall’azienda stessa a partire da Novembre 2020. Consultando l'indice in ordine alfabetico, potete trovare il modulo che cercate. This concern with morality is reflected in Livy's Roman History (XLIII.13.2) wherein he portrays Rome's rise to dominance as being founded upon her moral rectitude and discipline. However, their civic jealousy soon reduced them to weakness again. In late October 1918, the Italian Army won the decisive Battle of Vittorio Veneto, and the Austrian forces collapsed. Il Comune di Padova ha indetto due concorsi pubblici, per esame e colloquio, per insegnanti da assumere nelle scuole infanzia e negli asili nido comunali. Padua claims to be the oldest city in northern Italy. The city was shaken by strikes and clashes, factories and fields were subject to occupation, and war veterans struggled to re-enter civilian life. Despite this, the city flourished in the following decades both economically and socially, developing its industry, being an important agricultural market and having a very important cultural and technological centre as the University. Leggi tutto. PADOVA - Il Comune stanzia 100 mila euro per il rifacimento dei bagni e degli impianti di riscaldamento del campo nomadi di via Longhin.La settimana scorsa il …