Piazza Brà, Verona
Piazza Bra, the heart of Verona's historic centre, was formed in the first half of the sixteenth century. The name comes from the Lombard word "breit", which means "wide". And quite reasonably, it is the biggest square of the old city. Here are the Roman amphitheatre, the palaces of Gran Guardia and Barbieri.
In the center of the square there is a small green island with a fountain.
Here you can see the bronze plaque "Art, Love and Music", these words best reflect the spirit of the city.
The square is always lively, in addition to attractions there are many cafes and restaurants, from expensive to budget.
For those who want to photograph themselves on the background of the amphitheater in the historic surroundings of the heroes of local legends, Juliet and the Roman centurion.
During the Christmas holidays, Bethlehem star appears on the square, more like a comet flying from the Roman amphitheater. This creation of the artist Rinaldo Olivieri first decorated the square in 1984.
In the amphitheater during this period, an international exhibition of Christmas Nativity scenes.