Amazing Historic Wall, Interesting piece of history kept well within the city must see when visiting Verona.
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Arenayı merkez sayarsak şehrin doğu kısmında kalıyor. Çok güçlü görüntüsü var. Şehrin merkezinde sayılır. If you consider Arenus as the center, it is staying in the eastern part of the city. There is a very strong image. It's in the city center.
At entrance of pedestrian zone, both towers were dystroyed. Wall door is not correctly maintained. Just cross by...
We did the Rick Steves walking tour and it took us through the Porta Borsari. This gate functioned as a "toll booth" for Verona. We stepped into the cafe nearby and looked through th eglass panel in the floor that shows the original Roman foundation.
Porta dei Borsari went up in the 1st century AD and its facade still shows what a grand entrance to the city it was. I stopped immediately when it loomed in front of us, showing off white limestone, two arches, columns, capitals and a two-floor...More
The gate can be attributed to the 1st century a.c. but it seems to have been erected on the ruins of a previous gate of the 1st century b.c.. More, there is another inscription which suggests that the gate that we observe is to be...More
Right by our hotel this old entry to the town is one you will not miss, the buses stop just outside. There is a very nice bar just outside and worth a drink at.
Ineresting remnant of Roman times, It makes a good landmark and if you can find your way from here to your hotel you will never get lost because everyne can giv you directions to it.
Arches on Arches - worth a visit to view the way that it has been built. Looks better in the Tourist Board photos!
Love Italy - love how casually you can just stumble across a two thousand year old structure - just as part of the street furniture - its almost blasé. Wonderful to see yet difficult to comprehend - its age is pretty mind-blowing.