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VERONA E D'INTORNI

Verona is an Italian town of 260,293 inhabitants, capital of the province located in Veneto. The city of Verona, known as the site of the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its urban structure and its architecture.

The Arena and the Opera

The Arena and the Opera

The Arena of Verona every year attracts tourists from around the world. Once the scene of battles between gladiators, today is considered the ideal architecture to stage the Grand Opera and the great concerts of international artists. Built about 2,000 years ago, the amphitheater of Verona is survived time maintaining a strong position within the public and cultural life of the city. E 'in 1913 that the Arena acquires primary importance for the music and the Italian theater: in that year the great John Zenatello produces, in fact, the first performance of Aida at the centenary of the birth of Giuseppe

Squares and Monuments

Squares and Monuments

Verona is an Italian town of 260,293 inhabitants, capital of the province located in Veneto. The city of Verona, known as the site of the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its urban structure and its architecture: Verona is a clear example of a city that has developed progressively and uninterruptedly over two thousand years, incorporating artistic elements of the highest quality for different periods that have followed; is also in an exceptional way the concept of a fortified city in the most crucial stage of European history

Juliet's house

Juliet's house

Juliet's house is a medieval building in Verona, located in Via Cappello, a short distance from the central Piazza delle Erbe. The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet in Verona has found the evidence and fantasy mixed legend and reality, so that have been recognized in several places that would unfold the story told by Shakespeare. The site is one of the major attractors for tourists visiting Verona. Such attention often makes it very crowded the courtyard of the house on which moreover have been opened souvenir shops for tourists. The passage that leads to the courtyard is entirely covered with graffiti and tickets to theme of love left by many visitors.

Inner City

Inner City

Verona can be considered, the second largest city after Rome in Italy, due to the presence of Roman remains so well preserved. The brightness of the marbles of its monuments, will take two thousand years back in time: the amphitheater Arena, the presence of magnificent Piazza Bra ', the Roman Theatre, the oldest amphitheater, built on the hill of Castel San Pietro as natural scenery for the city; Ponte Pietra, Pons Lapideus, built on the verge of the Adige used as a ford by the first nations; The Triumphal Arch of Gavi, monument celebrating one of the richest families in the city ....