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The GIULIETTAVERONA trademark is inseparably linked to the sites of Verona that hosted Shakespeare's lovers. The inspiration sprung and made its first steps from Via Cappello, the road that still hosts today, Juliet's balcony, where for over decades the Group's jewelry boutique was established, and which later was transformed and developed into the current project.
Juliet's balcony

Juliet's balcony

A Shakespearean symbol of perfect love is this famous balcony, where Juliet and Romeo secretly met, and is one of the most famous sites in the world.
Juliet's house

Juliet's house

A medieval building of Verona, located in Via Cappello, also hosts the house of Juliet, a magical place where legend and reality blend and become emotions
Piazza Bra

Piazza Bra

Piazza Bra is the biggest square of Verona, situated in its old center, immediately outside the Arena
Arche Scaligere

Arche Scaligere

The Scala family arcades are probably the most important example of Gothic art in this famed city of love
Piazza delle Erbe

Piazza delle Erbe

Piazza delle Erbe is the throbbing heart of Italy's most romantic city. It is the oldest square in Verona and stands above the area of the ancient Roman court
Piazza Dante

Piazza Dante

An attractive and elegant place, it is thus considered Verona's magnificent and refined living room
Arena di Verona

Arena di Verona

The magical atmosphere of the Verona Arena, has lasted for over 2,000 years. Today it is an icon of the city, along with the figures of Romeo and Juliet
Castelvecchio

Castelvecchio

It is probably one of the places that inspired William Shakespeare to write his world famous play
Palazzo della Ragione

Palazzo della Ragione

Palazzo della Ragione, a majestic building situated between the Piazza delle Erbe and Piazza dei Signori, has always been Verona's busiest centre.
Piazza dei Signori

Piazza dei Signori

The plaza was built in the middle ages following the development of the Palazzi Scaligeri or Scala family buildings. Known as Piazza Dante, this place is admired especially for its framework of arcades and loggias
Torre dei Lamberti

Torre dei Lamberti

The Lamberti Tower offers a unique panorama over the city and the surrounding territory, from where one can even glimpse Lake Garda
Torricelle

Torricelle

The four towers, among the last works commissioned by General Major Franz von Scholl, are architectures of absolute formal and construction work perfection
Teatro Romano

Teatro Romano

Verona's Roman Theatre is today renowned since during the summer, it hosts the festival dedicated to the staging of the eternal love between Romeo and Juliet
Ponte Pietra

Ponte Pietra

The stone bridge or Ponte Pietra is located in one of the most panoramic and charming parts of Verona. Despite the hardships and renovations it underwent, it still is the maximum expression of Roma-age Verona
 
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