We didn't intentionally look for Romeo's former residence. We just came to the Lord's Square and walked around, then we saw the gate. The sign next to it says that this is Romeo's former residence, but the door is closed, and it is still a private residence, so it is not open to the outside world, and the high courtyard walls can not be turned over at will. Although it is a private house, there are still countless fans of Shakespeare coming here, and the nearby walls are full of graffiti and love vows, just like Juliet's former residence.
The story of Romeo and Juliet is known all over the world, but the story is really fictional, so the so-called former residence is hard to tell. There's not much to see, no interesting information to offer, but instead it's crowded with people who seem to come just for self-portraits.
Following the tour group, I saw the small balcony and imagined the pictures at that time.
Corresponding to Juliet's former residence is Romeo's former residence. Although it's only a drama story, it's always touching.
I believe this is a place where every tourist has to punch in.
Once belonged to Romeo's Montreal family, Romeo's former residence can be described as too lively by the Monroe Sparrow.
Shakespeare's poisoners can go and see. I don't think it's too special.
The story of Romeo and Juliet has been handed down for many years.