This old well (pozzo in Italian) is situated in a tiny street next to the Piazza dei Signori. It was obviously built in the medieval times of Verona. The well is built of stone and nicely decorated.
Just near S Giovanni in Foro church Francesco also showed us this old wash house tucked away in a quiet alleyway with an osteria opposite it. I never would have known it was there. Today it has been converted for a cafe and seemed a popular place to park scooters!
On the other side of the Adige, nearby the youth hostel, and worth the detour from the main touristic area. Run by Comboniani missionaries (honestly speaking, that was the first time I?ve ever heard of such a religious order) who have long been active in Africa, the museum provides insight into indigenous African civilization: the environment, culture, traditions and customs. It houses weapons, masks, tools and craftwork. It also organizes exhibitions devoted to specific themes. Free entrance (yes, who does not love great freebies! ? I certainly do!)
Address: S. Giovanni in Valle, vic Pozzo 1 Opening Hours: 9-12am/3-6pm Tel: 045 596238
Always something interesting going on at the centre near the arena,today it was a show by the famous dance school here,yesterday it was tractors and some machinery,can't decide which i liked best.
The whole entire city of Verona seems to be off the beaten path. Just stroll and wonder around in and out of shops and cafes. Its a nice change of pace from the bigger tourist spots in Italy.
The lion is the Symbol of Venice and the Veneto. Verona lies on the Western portion of the province.
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