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The Legend of Romeo and Juliet Mystery Tour in Verona
"Between history and fantasy you will experience an unique and beautiful tale: the birth of the legend of Romeo and Juliet right in the City of Love Verona. Follow the trail left by Antonio Avena a key figure in the history of Verona and help him put together all the clues that will lead him to discover a different ending to the tragedy we all know.Begin your tour at the Scalinata del Palazzo della Gran Guardia (Gran Guardia Palace Bra square) and head to Piazza Bra Verona Arena. Next
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Killing Cangrande Mystery Tour in Verona
"Verona July the 24th 1329It’s dawn when a long funeral procession enters from Porta Palio to the Church of Santa Maria Antica. On a hearse the body of Cangrande della Scala the lord of Verona the friend of Dante Alighieri
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Verona: Bike and Rafting tour
"We will visit Verona on our bikes: its city center its famous monuments and squares as well as its hidden and less known streets and alleys.We will ride on the streets by the river Adige to enjoy the river from above and see the bridges under which we will raft afterwards: Ponte Pietra a Roman bridge Ponte di Castelvecchio Ponte della Vittoria. After a break in the neighborhood called San Zeno to enjoy the view of the majestic Romanesque cathedral and to have a little snack we will cycle to the dock where our rafting adventure starts.There we will leave our bikes and descend on the river. The easy descent on the rafting boat is an unusual and original way to enjoy the charm of the city
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Arco dei Gavi

Originally built in the 1st century BC. by Roman architect Lucio Vitruvio Cerdone, The arch celebrates the splendour of the important Roman Gavia family of Verona. In 1805 the arch was dismantled by...
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Aug 16, 2014

The Roman times of Verona - Arco dei Gavi

This Roman arch stands in a small square overlooking the River Adige at the end of Corso Cavour to which it was transferred in 1930. Its original position was near the clock tower of the...
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Feb 27, 2014

Arco dei Gavi

Around mid 1st century A.D., The Arch was built to honour several members of the Gens Gavia, an illustrious family that may have been of Veronese origin. The site was chosen with care, on a road of...
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Oct 17, 2013

Arco dei Gavi

The "gens Gavia" (or Gavi family) built it around the half of the first century, over the Postumia road, or the main road entering from the Emilia Romagna region from the Actual Porta Borsari (know as...
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Jun 13, 2007

Arco dei Gavi

Commissioned by Verona's family Dei Gavi, the arch was built in the 1st century AD on the design of the architect Lucio Vitruvio Cerdo. Placed originally in the centre of the road that goes to...
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Sep 13, 2005

Arco dei Gavi

Verona has its own triumphal arch from Roman times. It stands by Castelvecchio along the river but has been moved there from its original position as an entrance gate to the city at Corso Cavour. It...
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May 21, 2005

Arco dei Gavi

In honour of the aristocratic family Gavi in first half of the first century A.D this Arc was built. It's located at the centre of the Piazzeta del Castelvecchio but this is not original location. Arc...
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Mar 13, 2005

Arco dei Gavi

The Gavi Arch is the only remaining arch from the Roman times in Verona. It is situated at the end of Corso Cavour, right next to the Castelvecchio, where it was transferred in the first half of the...
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Things to Do Near Arco dei Gavi

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Statues

Between the Porta Nuova and Piazza Bra we passed a pleasant though small statue filled square. Not sure what it was called, but it looked like quite a pleasant place to sit on a warm day. It most...
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Chiesa di San Pietro Martire - Church

Cappella San Pietro Martire is a chapel located next door to Sant Anastasia Church. Entry to this chapel is free. The chapel's walls were covered with beautiful frescoes and there were exhibits of...
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Ponte Scaligero - Bridge

In front of the Castelvecchio keep there is the Scaligeri Bridge (Ponte Scaligero), stretching over the river Adige, now only used as a pedestrian walkway. Built in the second half of the 14th...
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Via Mazzini

Via Mazzini is the smartest of Verona's shopping streets. Here you will find the fashion shops and designer boutiques such as Gucci and Versace. This is a street to stroll along, and to window shop....
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Piazza Bra

Piazza Bra is the main square in Verona. The word bra comes from the German word for broad, because Piazza Bra is a very wide open square. Piazza Bra is surrounded by many beautiful old buildings and...
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Piazza delle Erbe

Piazza delle Erbe was one of the most beautiful parts of Verona, but the rain was at its heaviest and iciest when we got here and we lost each other and had to wander round and round getting wetter...
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Corso Cavour, 37121 Verona

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