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As the story goes, or, as I have been told and come to believe, it was here in Verona that Juliet Capulet stood on her balcony, as Romeo Montague stood below, and the famous lines of love from William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet were spoken. (excerpt from Sites of Awe – Verona in Issue 34 of The Witches’ Almanac)
Come see Verona through Armand Taber’s eyes, as he takes us on a tour of the ever famous Romeo and Juliet courtyard..

Juliet's Balcony

Juliet’s Balcony

Wall of Locks

Wall of Locks
Wall of Locks closeup view. Visitors write their name and the name of their intended love on the lock. They then secure the lock to a large iron grate in the courtyard.

Wall of Locks

Wall of notes
Tree where Armand placed his letter of love.

Wall of Locks

Courtyard view: Wall of locks and statue of Juliet

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