Verona, the administrative centre of the district, is located in Veneto. Is situated along the Adige River, it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its artistic and architectural heritage.
Verona has ancient origins and its structure is characterized by defensive military works built in different periods. In the town there are about 10 km of walls complete with towers, ramparts and moats, which began to be built as early as the Roman period until the scaligera period and the Hapsburg Empire rule.
Among the most characteristic buildings of Verona there are the Arche Scaligere. They are located in the old town center and are funerary monuments of the Scaligeri family, lords of Verona. Built in Gothic style dating back to the fourteenth century and rich in decorations, such as the ark of Can Grande, with the sarcophagus accompanied by statues and bas-reliefs.
But the most popular place in Verona is probably the tomb of Juliet. The tomb dates back to the thirteenth century and was identified as the tomb of Juliet Capulet. There are no historical documents to prove this thesis, but the tomb is commonly attributed to Juliet.
The Arena of Verona, situated in the old town centre, is a Roman amphitheater very well preserved compared to other works of the same type. Its building date is uncertain and is attested between the first and third centuries. Today we see the inner ring of the arena, which had been surrounded by a second ring that no longer exists. It was restored several times since 600, is still used for concerts and shows, offering a location that is among the most beautiful in the world.
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