Verona: historical heritage chanted by Shakesperare

By: Michele De Capitani

Where today the famous? lyrical festival well as many other concertsare carry out. In addition, the city was chosen by William Shakesperare for hisfamous work Romeo and Juliet that is today the memory in the Juliet’s house. Verona every yearreceived a large numbers of tourists who come to visit the many artistictreasures as well as to participate in various events.

The city that ries at the foot of St.Peter’s hill, along the banks of the Adige river, has always been a strategicpoint of trade for the terrestrial and water transport, today recognized byUNESCO World Heritage Site, contains many historic monuments and places tovisit. In addition to Piazza Bra, where is the famous Arena, certainly seeGrasses’s Square and Piazza dei Messrs’s square?to immerse yourself in the history of the city.

A typical area of Verona, active for the feast of dad dumplingis San Zeno’s square that on the occasion of the feast fills typical markets,such as antiques and participating in this celebration you can immerse fully inthe climate and in the life of the country, being equally within the city. ?Veronahosts many events and shows including the most famous and known is certainlythe already mentioned lyric festival that reigns supreme in every summer since1913 when it was inaugurated with Giuseppe Verdi's Aida to which celebritiescame from all over the world.At the Roman theatre takes place everyyear since 1948 when it was inaugurated with the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet,theatre Summer that also collects many distinguished participants. Lately haveadded also musical performances with major jazz and dance bands. Among theevents the Palio of Verona was renewed recently, known as the green drape, arace which dates all'800 and is the oldest in the world, reached the 591 thedition.

Among the many features of the city thereis certainly his newspaper "the Arena", which is one of the oldest ofItalyfounded in 1866.

A rich city in history and lifeArticle Submission, thatimpose itself for its architecture and its events becoming a reference pointfor the nation and the world.

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