"Juliet's house" Romeo & Juliet Tip by Avieira67
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This building, originally dating back to the 12th century, was radically restored [1936-1940], during which the windows, gothic-style doorway and famous balcony were all added to the interior façade.
Inside the house are furnishings from the 16th-17th centuries, frescoes, and paintings - all relating to the story of Romeo and Juliet - as well as Renaissance ceramics from Verona. A bronze statue of Juliet by sculptor Nereo Costantini stands in the courtyard.
Address: Via Cappello, 27
Directions: Between Via Crocioni & Via Stella
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