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Biblioteca Capitolare of Verona: the most ancient library in the world. When was the Italian language born? Everyone knows that it emerged from spoken Latin which through changes, deformations, and even influences of other dialects gave rise to our...more
Verona is a small city and is quite walkable, with discoveries in every block and plaza. However, in the summer, days can get quite hot, and the usual outdoor dining provides little respite from the heat. What many travelers have yet to discover are libraries,...More
An impressive collection of books, manuscrpits etc, at one of the world's oldest libraries. I liked the smell of old leather and paper. Staff were helpful, and knowledgeable. Awesome to have seen Dante's Divine Comedy. Makes one sit and think of today's world of Kindle...More
This is not on the usual tourist circuit, and I am afraid if I write too glowing of a review it might end up there! I went initially to find a copy of a print that is in the apartment I am renting here, but...More