Cafe Pedrocchi

Historic Building in Padova

Caffe Pedrocchi
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Caffè Pedrocchi or Pedrocchi Café is a café founded in the 18th century in central Padua, Italy. It has architectural prominence because its rooms were decorated in diverse styles, arranged in an eclectic ensemble by the architect Giuseppe Jappelli. The café has historical prominence because of its role in the 1848 riots against the Habsburg monarchy, as well as for being an attraction for artists over the last century from the French novelist Stendhal to Lord Byron to the Italian writer Dario Fo.

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Visiting Cafe Pedrocchi


8.00am to Middnight

Address: Caffè Pedrocchi, Via VIII Febbraio, Padua, Province of Padua, Italy
Duration: 20 minutes

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