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This fountain dates to 1368 and was constructed from materials salvaged from the Arena and the old Roman Baths. It was erected to celebrate the completion of the aqueduct built to supply Verona with water from the river Lori. The statue of the Madonna does...More
So maybe the Madonna Fountain is not remarkable but the Piazza Erbe is fantastic. There are 4 or 5 different architecture representations, the Winged Lion of Venice, shops, restaurants and lovely benches to watch people. It's worth the stroll.
Surrounded by some of Verona's most greatest buildings including the baroque Palazzo Maffei, the 14th-century Tower of Gardello and permanent market stalls selling all sorts of things, from food stuffs to tacky Chinese’s tourists mementos, is the Fountain of the Madonna of Verona. It was...More