18/40.- Verona, Ponte Nuovo


This city has prehistoric origins. It is not clear when Romans occupied this city. We only know that the first Roman ruins date from the first century. During that time Verona was an important colony, the Verona Augusta Colony. The city still preserves the Roman reticular design.

Verona is the city with more and better preserved Roman Ruins (the Arena, the bridge, the city doors, etc) after Rome.

Three of the most important Roman roads converged in Verona: the Augusta, the Galica and the Postumia.

We’ll now cross the bridge you’re seeing and take a look at the Adige river ...

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