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28/02/2019

Arsenal and Juliet's House: Verona is renewed

In the last month the Municipality of Verona has approved two major restructuring plans to modernize important tourist sites located in the heart of Verona. The Verona Arsenal, built by the Austrians in 1861, has been for years the center of controversy for the many projects that have been rejected over time. It is just a few days ago that a project has been accepted and that in 2024 there will be a completely new and attractive area for citizens and tourists. The other program is about Juliet's House. In this case, it is a less expensive reorganization project, but that will enhance the experience for those who visit the famous balcony.

 

The Arsenal

The old Austrian barracks has been at the center of the Verona political debate for years, with proposals that have never been able to agree with the municipal administration. But this project convinced everyone. The restructuring plan involves the construction of an art academy, a market and museums for a total value exceeding 50 million euro. There is also a green area that will frame and give breath to the complex located in the city center.

Arsenal of Verona

Credit by LeMieNotizie.com

 

Juliet's House

A mini revolution that includes a new entrance next to the Courtyard. A one-way path that will wind along the 800 square meters of the museum, which will be equipped with technological elements and multimedia guides. At the end of the path you will arrive at the famous courtyard from which, even today, you can admire the Juliet balcony. The area will remain the property of the Municipality even if managed by third parties. The cost and timing of the operation are still to be defined, but the project is clear and shared by the City Council.

Juliet's House

Credit by destination360.com

 

We just have to wait for the end of the work, with the awareness that Verona looks to the future and is renewed!

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