The most eye-catching thing is the "Torre dei Lamberti" (Torre dei Lamberti) towering up to the blue sky. It was built in 1172 and is 84 meters high. It is the commanding height of Verona. Below the bell tower is the Palazzo della Ragione (Palazzo della Ragione), and the wide ladder is called the referee ladder. Ascend the bell tower to overlook the ancient city and enjoy the beauty of the red tiles. The ticket price is 6 euros.
On the Piazza Vanilla, stands the towering Lamberti Bell Tower (tower), which was built in 1172 and is 84 meters high, almost equivalent to the lighthouse of Verona. As long as you see this tower, you can walk to the city center. Climbing to the top of the tower, you can have a panoramic view of the ancient city of Verona. There are elevators to reach high places, but the last section is still a narrow staircase.
This building was once used for military purposes as a lookout, built in the 15th century. Later, it was struck by lightning and wars. It was repaired many times and you can see different colors. You can take the elevator up for one euro and overlook the entire Verona. recommend.
Torre dei Lamberti Lamberti Tower is the most eye-catching building on Baicao Square, and you can see it from a distance in front of the LV store! The skyline of Verona, right? ! The tower was built in 1172, and it is a building that is almost a thousand years old. Italy is really a monument everywhere~ but at the moment of 1403, the tower was hit by thunder and lightning. Later, when it was restored, different materials were used, so now it looks at the bell tower. Get two different materials, red brick and marble.
In Verona's Piazza Vanilla and Piazza della Signoria, you can see this tower when you look up. The brick-red tower is called Lambertita, which is 84 meters high. The tower was built in 1172, but it was struck by lightning in 1403. It was restored with different materials, so two different materials, red brick and marble, can be seen on the entire clock tower.
Preston_Dominguez: Piazza dei Signori | Via della Costa 1, 37121, Verona, Italy
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