Piazza Dei Signori – Verona
For many years, Italy has starred in the list of the favorite countries among tourists from Israel, and as such dozens of flights depart for it every week, including couples, families, and even backpackers. Among the most popular tourist destinations among visitors to the land of the boot, you will of course find the capital city of Rome, but for those who are not visiting for the first time, there are other cities to visit – Verona is one of the great ones.
Among the main tourist centers in Verona, you will find fascinating museums, beautiful parks, historical sites, and of course quite a few beautiful squares, as expected from a European city with a rich past and a fascinating history. Lord’s Square is on the list of the most famous squares and its location near the heart of the old city makes it especially popular among the many tourists who visit the place.
The Gentlemen’s Square is known first and foremost for the impressive buildings that stand there that belong to key people in the city, such as the Palace of the Capitano (also known as the Casino Palace), the historic district palace where the political and administrative institutions that determined the fate of the city resided, the mayor’s palace and the Palace of the Podesta on which stands Sgt. The lion of San Marco.
In addition to these, you will find other buildings and special monuments such as the statue and the fountain which are dedicated to the famous poet Dante Alighieri who is best known for his famous poem known as “The Divine Comedy” and the beautiful Romanesque church – the Santa Maria Antica church which although not large is a nice site if you have time It is worth visiting.
But in fact, there is much more to it beyond these important buildings. Historically, this is an ancient square that was built during the Middle Ages, then it was one of the most central sites in the city, where meetings were held, trade took place and much more. This is also the place where the arch is located from which you can pass in order to reach the ancient market of Verona.
Accordingly, even today the square is used as a central site and, similar to its original appearance, various shows are held there (although most of them are improvised street shows), official events as well as concerts and other activities under the dome of the sky.