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Verona Landmarks and Historic sites

Verona attractions: monuments and popular sights



Landmarks and Historic sites


1 Arena di Verona
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Address: Piazza Brà, 1, Verona + Share


2 Balcone di Giulietta
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Address: Via Cappello, 23 + Share


3 Museo di Castelvecchio
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Museo di Castelvecchio is an art museum and has a collection of statues, paintings and sculptures in a beautiful castle which was built in 1354 to 1356 and was restored by renowned architect Carlo Scarpa from 1969 to 1970 and again in...

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Address: Corso Castelvecchio, 2, Verona + Share


4 Church of Santa Anastasia
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Address: Piazza S. Anastasia, Verona + Share


5 Ponte Pietra
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Address: Vicolo Sabbionaia, Verona + Share


6 Arche Scaligere
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Despite being less famous than the wonderful Arena or Giulietta’s House, the Arche Scaligere are one of the most important monuments in Verona. They consist of a tombs group belonged to Della Scala family, the city governors for over 150...

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7 Castel San Pietro
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Address: Piazzale Castel San Pietro, Verona + Share


8 Castelvecchio
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Planned during the XIV century as Della Scala family house, the Castelvecchio is the most important military monument in Verona. From the inside and from the outside its structure reminds of a medieval fortress: it’s divided in three...

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9 St. Zeno Basilica
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The St. Zeno Major Basilica (or St. Zenone), in Verona, belongs to the maximum summits of Italian Romanic style, and it is famous for the wonderful circular rose-window that opens on the facade. It is called “The wheel of Fortuny” for...

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10 Teatro Romano
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11 Church of San Francesco al Corso
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The church of San Francesco al Corso is the place where Romeo and Juliet were married and where Juliet’s tomb lies in the cloisters. The tragic love story of Romeo and Juliet had its beginning and end in this church....

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Address: Via del Pontiere, Verona + Share


12 Juliet's House
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Juliet’s house is a building which dates back to the 12th century and which was once owned for a long period by the Dal Cappello family. The identification of the name, Cappello with that of Capuleti gave rise to the...

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Address: Via Cappello, 23, Verona + Share


13 Canossa Palace
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Address: Corso Cavour, Verona + Share

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