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Castelvecchio

Castelvecchio

This castle, built by Cangrande II of the Della Scala family (1354-1357), was intended both as a home and a set of fortifications. Today the castle harbors the Castelvecchio Museum.
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Juliet’s House

This house dates back to the 12th century and was originally owned by the Dal Cappello family. The confusion of the name Cappello with Capuleti was the source of the popular myth that this was the home of Juliet, the heroine of the Shakespeare play.
Juliet’s Tomb

Juliet’s Tomb

The tragic love story about Romeo and Juliet, written by William Shakespeare, will forever be associated with the city of Verona. According to legend, the remains of Romeo and Juliet lies here in Juliet´s tomb.
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Palazzo Della Ragione E Torre Dei Lamberti

This 12th-century palace has a magnificent Romanesque courtyard. The view from the top of the Torre dei Lamberti is stunning!
The Arena

The Arena

Built by the Romans in the 1st century AD, this stadium played host to gladiators and wild animals. Today, it is used mainly for opera and concerts.
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Duomo

The Duomo, originally in Romanesque style, was re-built in the 12th century after an earthquake that had destroyed the two churches that previously had stood on the very same ground.
Piazza Delle Erbe

Piazza Delle Erbe

The Forum, centre of city life during Roman times, was situated here. The Piazza delle Erbe has continued to fill this same role for centuries, as a meeting place, the site of a market, and the political centre of the city.
Teatro Romano

Teatro Romano

This Roman theatre was built at the end of the 1st century BC and restored in the first half of the 19th century. Today the ruins bear witness of the grandeur of the past.
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