University of Padua Tourist attraction in Padova, Italy

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Map gps coordinates: 45.406766, 11.8774462
Address: University of Padua, Padoue, Italie

In 1592, Galileo moved to the University of Padua where he taught geometry, mechanics, and astronomy until 1610.

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Nicolaus Copernicus studied at the University of Padua. He studied medicine here probably under the direction of leading Padua professors—Bartolomeo da Montagnana, Girolamo Fracastoro, Gabriele Zerbi, Alessandro Benedetti—and read medical treatises that he acquired at this time, by Valescus de Taranta, Jan Mesue, Hugo Senensis, Jan Ketham, Arnold de Villa Nova, and Michele Savonarola, which would form the embryo of his later medical library

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In 1591 Giordano Bruno received an invitation to Venice from the patrician Giovanni Mocenigo, who wished to be instructed in the art of memory, and also heard of a vacant chair in mathematics at the University of Padua. 

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