City where Galileo taught.

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galileo galilei, florence, artwork @ Pixabay

Padua, Italy was the home of Galileo for most of his life. He studied and taught there at the University of Padua from 1592 until 1610 when he was forced to leave by the Inquisition. It is also where he conducted some of his earliest experiments in physics. The city has a lot to offer visitors, from its opulent Basilica di San Antonio and ancient Roman remains as well as museums dedicated to Galileo’s work and memories.

galileo, portrait, line art @ Pixabay

 Padua, Italy was the home of Galileo for most of his life. It is also where he conducted some of his earliest experiments in physics. The city has a lot to offer visitors, from its opulent Basilica di San Antonio and ancient Roman remains as well as museums dedicated to Galileo’s work and memories.

Number Table: One-  ·Galileo lived here for much of his life until forced by Inquisition out in 1608-09. ·Second table with right alignment on left side.* Like other Italian cities at this time it had an affluent class that enjoyed partying too hardy, so Galileo’s lectures were often interrupted by students who wanted.

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