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Façades of Verona.

Façades of Verona.

Who wouldn't want to visit here?  Verona, Italy

Who wouldn't want to visit here? Verona, Italy

Calendario Arena 2014: Biglietti per Un Ballo in Maschera, Aida e le altre Opere in programma

Calendario Arena 2014: Biglietti per Un Ballo in Maschera, Aida e le altre Opere in programma

e.e. Cummings: “I thank you… for the leaping greenly spirits of trees, and for the blue dream of sky” #Thanksgiving #ringraziamento #Verona

e.e. Cummings: “I thank you… for the leaping greenly spirits of trees, and for the blue dream of sky” #Thanksgiving #ringraziamento #Verona

Guardian Holiday Offers - Holiday Offer - Verona Opera - The Verdi Bicentenary

Guardian Holiday Offers - Holiday Offer - Verona Opera - The Verdi Bicentenary

Verona: "Torre dei Lamberti in Love" 2014 @GardaConcierge

Verona: "Torre dei Lamberti in Love" 2014 @GardaConcierge

If you haven't been in Verona for Valentine's day, come to Verona and enjoy 'Verona in Love' festival 2016 #visitverona #adayinverona #veneto #love

If you haven't been in Verona for Valentine's day, come to Verona and enjoy 'Verona in Love' festival 2016 #visitverona #adayinverona #veneto #love

Venerdì Gnocolar 2014 @GardaConcierge

Venerdì Gnocolar 2014 @GardaConcierge

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*** Vérona - Vue sur la ville *** Plus

Arco dei Gavi. This arch, built in white veronese marble and dedicated to the “Gavia”, an important Roman family, used to stand in the middle of Corso Castelvecchio. The French dismantled it as it was considered a hindrance to traffic and dumped the pieces under the arches of the arena. It was reassembled where it now stands, piece by piece, in 1932.

Arco dei Gavi. This arch, built in white veronese marble and dedicated to the “Gavia”, an important Roman family, used to stand in the middle of Corso Castelvecchio. The French dismantled it as it was considered a hindrance to traffic and dumped the pieces under the arches of the arena. It was reassembled where it now stands, piece by piece, in 1932.

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