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It is also where, in , Elena Lucrezia Cornaro Piscopia became the first woman in the world to graduate from university. By the 5th century BC, Padua, rose on the banks of the river Brenta, which in the Roman era was called Medoacus Maior and probably until AD followed the path of the present day Bacchiglione Retrone. The city was bombed several times about civilian deaths. Padua came under the rule of the Republic of Venice in , and mostly remained that way until the fall of the Republic of Venice in Albertino Mussato , the first modern poet laureate , died in exile at Chioggia in , and the eventual heir of the Paduan tradition was the Tuscan Petrarch.
It is the capital of the province of Padua and the economic and communications hub of the area. Padua's population is , as of [update]. The Brenta River , which once ran through the city, still touches the northern districts. Its agricultural setting is the Venetian Plain Pianura Veneta. It hosts the University of Padua , founded in , where Galileo Galilei was a lecturer.
The city is picturesque, with a dense network of arcaded streets opening into large communal piazze , and many bridges crossing the various branches of the Bacchiglione , which once surrounded the ancient walls like a moat.
Padua is the setting for most of the action in Shakespeare 's The Taming of the Shrew. The city is also known for being the city where Saint Anthony, a Portuguese Franciscan Anthony of Padua , also known as Anthony of Lisbon - city where he was born in , spent part of his life and died in The original significance of the Roman name Patavium Venetian: Padoa , German Padua is uncertain. It may be connected with the ancient name of the River Po , Padus.
Additionally, the root pat- , in the Indo-European language may refer to a wide open plain as opposed to nearby hills. In Latin this root is present in the word patera which means "plate" and the verb patere means "to open". The suffix -av also found in the name of the rivers such as the Timavus and Tiliaventum is likely of Venetic origin, precisely indicating the presence of a river, which in the case of Padua is the Brenta. The ending -ium , signifies the presence of villages that have united themselves together.
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Its capital is the city of Padua. There are comuni in the province. The territory is usually divided in the capital city, Padua, and its hinterland , formed by the nearby municipalities;  the Alta Pianura higher plain , north of the city; the Bassa Pianura lower plain , south of the city, including the Saccisica in the south-east; and the Colli Euganei Euganei hills south-west of the city.
The Euganei hills are the only heights of the entire province, the other parts being totally plain. The borders of the province are almost the same of the Medieval commune of Padua, with just some adjustment in the north-east.
The territory was administered within these boundaries since the time of the Republic of Venice , but the modern province comes directly from the administrative divisions of Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia. The Diocese of Padua covers the most part of the province, out of a main part of Alta Pianura ; instead it includes areas from the surrounding provinces. Padua is home to some masterpieces from Medieval and Renaissance art and architecture, while the towns of Cittadella and Montagnana are known for the well preserved Medieval city walls.
There are numerous villas in the countryside, a few of them from Palladio , the main ones being Villa Contarini in Piazzola sul Brenta and Villa Barbarigo in Valsanzibio. The Euganei hills offer a relaxing naturalistic site, often covered in woods, while at their eastern slopes there are many ancient spa sites: There is a small part of the Venetian Lagoon lying inside the province, the Valle Millecampi "one-thousand-fields valley" ; and also the river landscapes of the countryside include naturalistic routes, even for cycling or horse-riding.
Travelling by boat is possible as well. Fog is a common phenomenon, even lasting all the day long, above all in the lower plain. Spring and autumn are changeable seasons, which may experience wintry or sultry weather, heavy rainfalls or pleasant sunny days.
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