紛享樂The former residence is on Via Cappello. It was built in the 13th century and is said to be owned by the Capulet family of Verona, and Juliet is the daughter of this nobleman. A door arch leads to the courtyard, and the love walls on both sides are densely covered with graffiti and confession in words from various countries. Going inside, the courtyard of less than 20 square meters is lush and lush, crowded with tourists inside and out.
Whether or not you believe that touching Juliet's bronze sculpture can bring good luck to love, you still want to squeeze in and get close to Juliet, who is always in love in the story, and see what she looks like. Go upstairs to visit her bedroom and see the clothes, life exhibits, and paintings of that era. You will no longer think of her as a fictional character in the story, but feel that she is a real person.
Looking up from the courtyard, you will see a small protruding balcony. This is Shakespeare's private balcony where Romeo and Juliet tryst out for life. So many people took pictures here, either dressed as Juliet looking at the prince waiting for her heart, or the couples looked at each other and complained.
GLS***99The regular tour of the Doge’s Palace (the Palazzo Ducale) in Venice is extraordinary enough. The building is a quite remarkable example of Gothic civic architecture. Every stone, passageway and artwork evokes the power that the Serene Republic wielded over a millennium of unparalleled imperial power. But you might want to dig even deeper – to explore the hidden corners of the palace on the Itinerari Segreti del Palazzo Ducale (the secret tour of the Doge’s Palace).Get there early to book a ticket on the special touryou get to see areas and things most people dont know about! You also get to to the normal tour / walk around.On the tour you will get to see where Casanova was in-prisoned and where he made his escape from, the hidden ways behind the scenes ( and sometimes on top of them ! ), torture rooms, Your tour is likely to end at the Ponte dei Sospiri or Bridge of Sighs … the final walk of prisoners across the water to the ‘new prison’.
紛享樂This kind of circular arena is also called "Gladiator Arena." It was a place used by slave owners in Roman times to seek excitement and watch slaves and beasts kill each other to gain joy. So the elegant appearance is actually full of blood and violence inside. Later, it became an open-air theater for the appreciation of large-scale operas. More than two thousand years have passed, and it is still used in large-scale opera performances or music concerts. Each performance can be watched by 15,000 people. It is conceivable how magnificent it is, a classic that is both beautiful and practical.
There are neat rows of round arches, layered inside and outside. This is a typical feature of ancient Roman architecture. Just looking at the thick bricks, even if the cracks are already visible, people still have to admire the ancient Romans as a nation with great architectural art and creativity.
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Vicenza it’s place nice and small city neat to Venizia maybe train ( 40M 75k km ) it’s destination for traveling like att Great place for lovers of ancient Atarat and close to Venezia wide Atari design
Stroomplein - Tavernierkaai 11-
An urban meeting point, a stage for young noise, full of soul, a stand for revelation and sensation.
Stroomplein is open from 4 pm every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, occasionally on Sunday.
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Address - Via Giarre di Sicilia 5, 36029 Valbrenta (VI)
Ambiance/Facilities - Big place, better call and reserve ahead
Highlights - The Filet is nice and the local cuisine doesn’t disappoint
Avg. Price per Person - depending on what you order 15-35€
Rating - 3,5 ⭐️
It’s probably the better place to stop on your way to the Dolomites 🏔
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Valstagna is a town and comune in the province of Vicenza, Veneto, northern Italy, It is connected to the 'frazione' Carpanè of San Nazario by a bridge and it is accessible by SS47 Provincial Road.The biggest towns nearby Valstagna are Bassano del Grappa, Marostica, Asiago, Trento and Venice.
The village of Valstagna runs along the right side of the Brenta river and comprehend several district (or contrade): Collicello, Costa, Valgadena, Giara Modon, Sasso Stefani, San Gaetano, Ponte Subiolo, Col Mezzorigo, Londa and Oliero.
Geographically, the Brenta river valley is a typical valley of the southern rim of the Alps. The particularities of the territory are its limestone mountains crossed by the river Brenta, which confers a fertile floor and steep walls to the surrounding territory.
Villa La Rotonda is a Renaissance villa just outside Vicenza in northern Italy designed by Italian Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio. The villa’s correct name is Villa Almerico Capra Valmarana, but it is also known as "La Rotonda", "Villa Rotonda", "Villa Capra", and "Villa Almerico Capra". The name Capra derives from the Capra brothers, who completed the building after it was ceded to them in 1592. Along with other works by Palladio, the building is conserved as part of the World Heritage Site "City of Vicenza and the Palladian Villas of the Veneto". In 1565 a priest, Paolo Almerico, on his retirement from the Vatican (as referendario apostolico of Pope Pius IV and afterwards Pius V), decided to return to his home town of Vicenza in the Venetian countryside and build a country house. This house, later known as 'La Rotonda', was to be one of Palladio's best-known legacies to the architectural world. Villa Capra may have inspired a thousand subsequent buildings, but the villa was itself inspired by the Pantheon in Rome.
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The little-known Vicenza is a laid-back town in northern Italy. In fact, "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" is not only the birthplace of the international first-line luxury goods BV, but also a place where the internationally renowned architect Palladio has devoted a lot of hard work. It is not difficult to understand the "Palladio City". At noon we ate a food store on the ground floor and a place where the wine cellar was underground. Frankly speaking, I don't know how to define its name. It's just a meal with wine and food. It's always memorable~