Romeo’s house was once owned by the Romeo family. Those who like Romeo and Juliet can visit here.
Looking at the sign by the door, I suddenly realized that this is Romeo's house. He didn't find it deliberately, but just walked around the square at will, and unexpectedly came to Romeo's site. Looking at the deep house compound and defensive layout, the absolute aristocratic atmosphere is really not something a small family like Juliet's can climb. It is not surprising that this relationship was strongly opposed by the two families.
We did not deliberately come to find Romeo’s former residence. We just walked around at random when we came to the Lord’s Square, and then we saw this door. The sign next to it states that this is Romeo's former residence, but the gate is closed and it is still a private residence, so it is not open to the public, and the high courtyard wall cannot be overturned at will. Although this is a private house, it is still inevitable that countless Shakespeare fans come here. The walls nearby are like Juliet’s former residence, full of graffiti and vows of love.
Romeo’s former residence is in a small alley, very charming