Pictures of Italy

50 Pictures of Verona, Italy the City of Love

A look at Italy's "City of Love" with 50 Pictures of Verona including Venetian Gothic and Romanesque architecture, cathedrals, frescos, statues, piazzas and bridges with stunning views.

In fair Verona, where we lay our scene for this weeks Pictures of Italy gallery over 2,000 years of romance and drama have graced the banks of the River Adige. A UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to a remarkable number of well-preserved antiquity, medieval, and Renaissance monuments, Verona is among the best examples of how Italy just gets it right. Ancient monuments are elegantly balanced with a vibrant combination of fairs, plays, and concerts. Were Shakespeare with us today, it’s a fair bet he would still place Romeo and Juliet in Verona.

Pictures of Italy | Verona

As Juliet so famously says “My bounty is as boundless as the sea, My love as deep. The more I give to thee, The more I have, for both are infinite.” And so in the bountiful spirit of Juliet’s love I give to thee 50 pictures of fair Verona.

References

Although Verona is best known as the setting for Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” you won’t see Juliet’s House on our list of sights to see in Verona. Find out why, plus the 15 sights to see in Verona we love most.

Hi We’re Brandy Shearer (Author) and Paolo Ferraris (Photographer) of ALOR Italy. A personal Italian lifestyle blog by an Italian American couple living in the Italian Alps. Welcome! We made ALOR for those in need of a little la dolce vita. Love Italy? Subscribe to ALOR Italy to see our next Pictures of Italy gallery.

ALOR Italy Photographer Paolo Ferraris & Author Brandy Shearer outside the Verona Arena
ALOR Italy Photographer Paolo Ferraris & Author Brandy Shearer outside the Verona Arena

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