Biddi in the Arena at Verona
Empty seats in the Arena, Verona
Cortile Mercato Vecchio (Old Market Square) showing the Torre dei Lamberti, and beneath it the red marble "steps of Reason" (Scala della Ragione) belonging to the Palazzo della Ragione
Cortile Mercato Vecchio (Old Market Square) was used as at Market Place, but is sometimes used for music recitals
Piazza dei Signori, Verona. The arched building is the Loggia del Consiglio (1476-1793). The ee is a statue od Dante (out of shot)
Often known as the "Madanno Verona", in fact this sculpture is actually Roman (maybe Rigino) and stands on a marble basin which may have once been part of the Roman Baths. This fountain was completed in 1368.
Piazza del Erbe showing the baroque Palazzo Maffei (1668), and beside it the Gardello Tower(1370).
The Casa Mazzanti, the last remaining building with frescos in Verona. These frescoes are by Alberto Cavalli, and the house dates from the 14th century.
Piazzetta IV Novembre, named to commemorate an air raid of the first world war, this Piazzetta leads of Piazza del Erbe.
The red marble "steps of Reason" (Scala della Ragione) belonging to the Palazzo della Ragione within the Cortile del Mercato Vecchio
Biddi Verona Street
Presepio at The Arena Verona
The Arena Verona
Piazza Erbe Verona
Loggia dei Consiglio in the Piazza del Signori, Verona
Palazzo del Comune o della Ragione in the Piazza del Signori, Verona. The Statue is Dante
in the Piazza del Signori, Verona
The "Stone" Bridge, Verona. In fact only the White stone is original, the rest replaced bomb damage caused by the Germans in WWII
Looking across the Adige River to the remains of the Roman Theatre - still used.
Looking down the River Adige towards the church of San Giorgio. The Santuario MS Signora di Lourdes is on the hill above
The "Stone" Bridge, Verona, looking up the River.
Basilica San Anastasia Verona, the largest church in Verona, commenced in 1290 and completed (sans facade) in 15th century. Twelve red Veronese marble pillars support the church over three aisles.
Romeo and Juliet fans would have this as Juliet's balcony, in spite of the fact it was supposedly only built in 1935. Pay your money, climb up there, have a piccy took kissing yer lover. Why Not ?
Too much PANNA con Chiocolatta Calda con Panna