Romeo's former residence is located at 4 Cecilia Street behind the Gentlemen's Square, which was once owned by the Montecchi family of Romeo's family. In stark contrast to Juliet's former residence, Romeo's former residence has been neglected. It is not only located in a remote corner, but also has no publicity and signs. It is in ruins and dilapidated. A plaque reminds people to pay attention to its difference, and it reads a line from Shakespeare's famous play "Romeo, where are you?" s Choice.