The first attraction to visit Verona is the old castle museum, which is the original castle. The place is quite big, it takes two hours to go around. Next door is the old town of Verona, and on the other side is a beautiful river.
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The first floor is a sculpture hall, and the second floor displays medieval paintings, religious art works, and military weapons. Follow the tour route, and you will always find surprises inadvertently. The designer's cleverly integrated light design, space suspension design, etc., make the entire exhibit visit process not boring. For example, from the first floor to the second floor, when you turn to the aisle of the city wall on the second floor, you can enjoy the open-air sculpture exhibits from multiple angles, overlooking and looking up, and the ancient Roman ruins blended between the old and new buildings, allowing people to travel between modern and ancient times. The tunnel of time. Continue to walk inside and you will come to the half-enclosed walkway on the edge of the castle. Standing here, you can not only admire the gurgling Adige River, but also the Scaligero Bridge, the largest round arch bridge in the world at that time.
This castle with a rich historical background is well worth visiting. Many items were found in the surrounding area. The view of the river and the city can be seen from the castle, which is very spectacular. Take you back to the Middle Ages. Entrance fees are also acceptable.
The Old Castle Museum is located in the medieval castle of the same name. The castle is adjacent to the Adige River (Riva dell''Adige) that surrounds the old city and has a bridge leading to the opposite bank. Between 1959 and 1973, the famous architect Carlo Scarpa designed and restored the building. In the museum, you can visit various cultural relics and works of art in the history of Verona, especially the works of the Verona School.
The Verona Old Castle Museum is located high in the old town of Verona. It is a Roman castle with a history of more than 1,000 years. There are many Roman and cultural relics. The exhibits are very rich, and you can fully feel the past from here The prosperity of the Roman Empire.