St. George's Oratory, Padua
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St. George's Oratory, in Padua, Italy, is a Roman Catholic church built by the Marquis Soragna Raimondino Lupi in 1376 as family chapel after the family had settled down in Padua. The chapel was probably built in 1377.
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