Piazza Bra's Roman Amphitheatre is found in which Italian city?
#19893. Asked by John. (Jun 16 02 10:41 AM)
Jun 16 02, 10:48 AM
'Truly a beautiful city, Verona maintains its glorious past with an incredible modern urban character. Probably no one structure symbolizes this more than Arena di Verona, the city's ancient Roman amphitheatre. The arena is surrounded by the spacious, but friendly confines of Piazza Bra (meaning 'open space'). The largest square in the city, Bra is lined with many 16th century buildings which contain cafes and restaurants where opera patrons can spend time before or after each performance.' Source: http://www.paliotours.com/webpage/verona_guide.htm
Jun 17 02, 8:36 AM
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