Verona is located in the Veneto area in the north of Italy, not far away from one of the country's most beautiful lakes -- Lake Garda. North and east of the city, there are Vapolicela and Soave districts, renowned for their wine-making traditions and hilly landscapes.
Not only is Verona famous for its grand Amphitheater. Every year, opera performers and connoisseurs from around the world gather in Verona for its annual summer opera festival. There is a unique Romanesque church and a wonderful Renaissance garden.
Another interesting attraction for Middle Age architecture lovers is the Castelvecchio castle, built by the influential della Scala family. In the 20th century, the castle underwent restoration under the direction of Carlo Scarpa, a famous architect.
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