National Geographic : 1935 Sep
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE ROMAN ENGINEERS FIRST BUILT THIS STONE BRIDGE Their skill is still represented in the two arches nearest the distant bank of the Adige, where it flows, often torrentially, past Verona. Barracks now top San Pietro Hill, beyond, where Theodoric, an invading Goth, built a sumptuous castle early in the sixth century. () National Geographic Society Autocnromes Lumlere Dy plans illienDrana ST. ANTHONY'S IN PADUA COMBINES GOTHIC AND BYZANTINE ARCHITECTURE Completed in the 14th century, the massive church is the pride of the ancient university town despite the discordant architectural note of domes united with arches. In front stands Donatello's equestrian statue of Gattamelata, noted general of the old Republic of Venice.