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At the end of one of the major shopping streets you simply look up, and catch yourself, once again, in awe of the intelligence and skill reflected in the architecture in front of you. Verona is full of stunning structures. The history is fascinating but...More
Fantastic to see the Roman gates to the old part of Verona, they are decorated on one side - the side that visitors in the olden days would see first and be impressed by them - when you go through the arches the back is...More
Not nearly as impressive as the arena, but still a terrific Roman ruin, a gate to Verona that has lasted the centuries. Drawings and recreations of the past are great, but there is nothing like a real part of the Roman city still standing across...More
Porta dei Borsari is one remaining entrance to the city from the Roman era. Is really beautiful and is very easy to see as Verona is a very walkable city. Unfortunately there are works going on at the bottom of the Porta so you cannot...More
Porta dei Borsari is all that remains of a fortress constructed in the first century AD. It was the point of entry to the City where all visitors had to pass and be levied with the relevant taxes. It was reconstructed in 265AD under direction...More
Agree it’s only another ruin & certainly not a major attraction worth going out of your way , but it is impressive, & the fact that it is still standing after so many years is still amazing. Hard to miss any of these gates when...More