The city of lovers

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Verona is a city in the Veneto region and the capital of the province of the same name. It was founded in the 4th century BC. It became part of the Roman Empire in 49 BC. Due to its strategic location, being at the crossroads between Italy and northern Europe, the importance of the city grew rapidly. In the 13th and 14th centuries, Verona was an independent city-republic ruled by the Scaligeri family, and later became part of the Republic of Venice. In 1866 the city was annexed to the Kingdom of Italy.

Description: Verona /picture source: Shutterstock/;

Verona is a city where many remains from Roman times can be seen. A significant number of monuments from antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance have been preserved. The city is famous for its Roman amphitheater, which is the third largest in Italy. It holds 20,000 spectators. Another symbol of the city is the stone bridge over the Adige river. For all lovers, and not only, it would be interesting to see Juliet’s house. Not far from it is the most picturesque square in the city – “Erbe”, where several important historical buildings can be seen, among them the “Trade House”, the city administration and the Lamberti tower.


Description: piazza Erbe /picture source: Shutterstock/;

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