"Museo Archeologico e Teatro Romano" Teatro Romano - Roman Theatre Tip by lareina

Teatro Romano - Roman Theatre, Verona: 17 reviews and 40 photos

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by lareina

Across the Ponte Pietra from central Verona, you will find the Roman Theatre and Archeological Museum. The theatre was built in the 1st Century AD and still hosts festivals and concerts. The museum contains a large collection of mosaics, bronzes, sculptures, glass vessels, fragments of stone carvings and columns, and other Greek and Roman artifacts. I especially enjoyed the mosaics and the couryard with the fragments of stone tablets.

Address: Rigaste Redentore 2, at base of St. Peter's Hill
Phone: 045-8000360

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  • Written May 10, 2004
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