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Monuments (6)

Tuesday, 18 November 2014 11:08

The prestigious tradition of Teatro Stabile di Verona

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We believe that to fall in love with a place like Verona, a tourist must go beyond the beaten path and the most popular monuments: the historic center sets aside attractions that reveal the Verona vocation for art and culture in all the shapes.

The Palazzo della Ragione is one of the main attractions in Verona, because it has hosted several political and administrative institutions in the past and now is a multi-purpose exhibition space and is the venue of the Gallery of Modern Art since last spring.

If you've been to Verona at least once, probably you already know that the Scaliger Tombs are one of the most representative monuments of Gothic art, but if you're going to visit Verona for the first time remember to add this stop to your itinerary, because until the end of September the Arche scaligere will be open to the public thanks to the volunteers of Legambiente Verona.

Wednesday, 13 August 2014 01:00

The endless charm of Parco Giardino Sigurtà

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The Parco Giardino Sigurtà boasts a long history; it dates back to 1616 and is the result of human talent applied to the majesty of nature: discover why this park is considered one of the most beautiful in Italy and it is worth a visit during your stay in Verona.

Who doesn't know the story of the greatest lovers in the world, Romeo and Juliet told in one of Shakespeare's masterpiece? A play which narrates the simplicity of Juliet's character being essentially women, with her passion as a state of being which embodies the very essence of love and the pulse of her heart, "blending with very atom of her frame".
Monday, 05 May 2014 16:18

The Roman Arena of Verona

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After the Colosseum in Rome and the amphitheater in Capua, the Roman Arena is the third largest amphitheater in Italy, it could once seat 30,000 these days its capacity is 15,000.

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