In this chapter we discuss the Roman Theater of Verona, a structure built by the Romans and still today remains a desired destination.
The Roman Theater is a building built at the beginning of the first century AD. Feet of the Colle di San Pietro in a truly magical and evocative setting. Among the views there is one of the bridges built by the Romans, the only one of the three surviving now, even though in 1945 the Germans during a retreat blew a part to speed up the escape, despite this, was meticulously rebuilt. The semicircular càvea is practically intact, and still hosts, as usual, the outdoor performances on the occasion of the annual Veronese Theater Summer.
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