Verona was considered a city of Great Power during the Roman Empire and is of great historical significance. The city is home to the famous Roman Arena (Amphitheater). It is also called the gateway of Italy due to its location at the Foothills of Alps.
As of 2008, the city had a population of about 0.2 million of which about 48 %25 are males and the 52 %25 are females.
Located in between Dolomite Mountains and Lake Garda, the city enjoys a mild climate. The fall and spring are the best season to visit this place. The summers are hot and humid. One can experience brisk cold during December to February.
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