1. ARENA DI VERONA, Italy’s third largest arena, seats 22,000 people. Today it is still a major venue for concerts and festivals.
2.ROMEO, OH ROMEO!! Although Romeo and Juliet is only a story, this was the actual home of the Capulets that Shakespeare was inspired by. Marion Fortunato climbed to the top of the house to look over the piazza from Juliet’s famous balcony.
3. THE MADONNA DI VERONA in the Piazza Erbe, was Verona’s first square in the 14th century. The building is of medieval origin and decorated with frescoes.
4.PIAZZA DEI SIGNORE is dedicated to Dante, the famous poet and author.
5. VENETIAN LION of St. Mark is a symbol of when Venice ruled Verona.
6.ARCA DI CONSIGNORIO in front of Santa Maria Antica Church, with the gates enclosing the tombs below.
7 – 8 – 9. ONE CAPTION ACROSS THE 3 PIX
VERONA IS THE CITY OF LOVE, as these three couples prove as they embrace on the Adige River, with the enchanting landscape of Verona behind them. The river continues up north to the region of Trentino/Adige.
NAMES UNDER CAPTION
7. Judy Carbone and Frank Lepore
8. Pam and Ralph Riefolo
9. Marion and Buddy Fortunato