Every window, arch, and portal of Chiesa di San Fermo sings the beauty of fair Verona. The roots of this venerable church run deep, all the way back to the 8th century. A truly spectacular timber ceiling, which evokes an upturned ships hull, looks down on the accumulated splendor of the ages. Take in the architectural splendor, and get a dose of literary history too: one of the chapels holds the bones of Dante Alighieri's last direct descendants.
This Roman amphitheater, built in 30AD, is famous in the present-day for its large-scale opera... Read more