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Verona Arena

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Mathia
Mathia
November 13, 2019
The monument that more than any other reminds the Roman origins of the city and its symbol worldwide. Every summer since 1913, its bleachers welcome six hundred thousand spectators of the world's greatest opera season The Verona Arena is a great amphitheater, the third largest among those left to us…
Elisabetta
Elisabetta
August 23, 2019
E' il monumento più importante di Verona.
Martina
Martina
June 26, 2019
I suggest to book a concert or an opera, the atmosphere will be magical!
Davide
Davide
November 1, 2016
L'Opera all'Arena e' un'esperienza unica !
Michela
Michela
August 4, 2019
a 1 ora di treno o auto
Mirko
Mirko
November 1, 2019
L'Arena di Verona è un anfiteatro romano situato nel centro storico di Verona, icona della città veneta insieme alle figure di Romeo e Giulietta. Si tratta di uno dei grandi fabbricati che hanno caratterizzato l'architettura romana ed uno degli anfiteatri antichi giunto a noi con il miglior grado di…

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Almenningsgarður
“A few minutes walk from "Il Vicolo" Residence Verona center. The square follows the system of the ancient Roman Forum and for centuries has been the center of political and economic life of the city. The toloneo, which is the central area, is still animated by a colorful market. Coming from Corso Mazzini, there are: the column of the market (1401), topped by a shrine Gothic and commissioned by Gian Galeazzo Visconti to expose the insignia of his lordship, went up stairs and pillars trade measures Verona, the sixteenth-century sedan or capital , marble canopy square, beneath which sat the mayor at the inauguration ceremony, the fountain of Madonna Verona, which has a bath and stem decorated with heads in relief and symbolic figures and is surmounted by the figure of Madonna Verona, Roman statue of the first sec. AD, the column of San Marco 1523, in white marble, on top of which was hoisted the lion symbol of the Republic of Venice (destroyed by the French, the current is 1886.) The square is surrounded by palaces and buildings that have marked the history of Verona: the "Domus Mercatorum" built in 1301 by Alberto I della Scala, the building has a portico supported by columns and pillars, large mullioned windows and battlements; 800 a restructuring it altered the original Romanesque and l ' building became the seat of the Chamber of Commerce, the Tower of Gardello, crenellated brick, built in 1370 by Cansignorio for keeping the oldest clock bell of Verona, the Palazzo Maffei, building of 1668 in late baroque style, has a terrace with a balustrade adorned with 6 statues of pagan gods (Hercules, Jupiter, Venus, Mercury, Apollo and Minerva), the Case Mazzanti (formerly Domus Blandorum Scala that, in the fourteenth, on the ground floor housed shops and private homes, while the upper floor was used as a granary), joined by the porch and the street facades of the square and Corso S. Anastasia were richly frescoed by Alberto Cavalli in the first half of '500, the Domus Nova and the side elevation of the neoclassical Palazzo della Ragione, in the midst of which is supported learning French (so named because of the presence, from the mid ' 700, a rib of a whale hanging from the ceiling) from which you enter in Piazza dei Signori. On the two squares stands the Torre dei Lamberti.”
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History Museum
Torg
“Piazza Erbe è senza dubbio la più bella e caratteristica pizza di Verona, luogo di incontro dove consumare un aperitivo o trascorrere un dopo cena. Dalla torre dei Lamberti è possibile vedere la piazza dall'alto.”
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Point of Interest
“At the former convent of San Francesco al Corso, where there are Juliet's tomb and museum of frescoes dedicated to John the Baptist Cavalcaselle. In the crypt, which is accessed from the east side of the cloister through a stone staircase, there is a red marble sarcophagus uncovered that traditionally hosted the mortal remains of the young Capulet. At the beginning of the fourteenth century to the dead suicide was not granted ecclesiastical burial, but in the case of Juliet authorities were no exception, consenting to the burial in that simple bed, even if devoid of coats of arms and inscriptions. It was in the sixteenth century, with the growth of the fame of the two lovers of Verona, the ecclesiastical authorities tried to eliminate the scandal, desecrating the grave, scattering the bones and transforming the sarcophagus into a container for the water well. Despite the neglect and abandonment of a wanted the legend continued to grow, and the tomb became a place of constant pilgrimages. He was honored by many famous people who went to Verona, in which Lord Byron, that "the tomb of Juliet, simple, open, with withered leaves around in the vast and desolate garden of a convent, it is sad sad as it was his love "and also by the Princess Marie Louise of Austria in 1822 (formerly Duchess of Parma and Piacenza), it did make some jewelry with fragments of stone taken from the sarcophagus. When in 1842 the nuns left the convent, the tomb had fallen into oblivion. The English novelist Charles Dickens, during a visit to the chapel described it as a "watering hole" and was very annoyed that his lie abandoned in a vegetable garden. It was only in 1937, as part of a vast work of museum display of the artistic heritage of the city, that the tomb was moved to the basement adjacent to the Cloister, where today it is visited by many tourists.”
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Torg
“Piazza Bra, famosa per l'Arena ed il Liston, il grande marciapiede che ospita numerosi ristoranti, è la più grande piazza di Verona. Meritano uno sguardo anche Palazzo Barbieri, sede del comune ed il palazzo della Gran Guardia, antica caserma austriaca ora sede di mostre ed eventi.”
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Verona, Veneto 37121
Città Antica
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