Photographer's Note

Before to end my series about the TE meeting in Venice I want to start a kind of travelogue with the images around the meeting, before and after.
The previous day we have traveled to Treviso, our logistic base, and we have decided to have a visit of Verona before arrive.

The statue of Berto Barbarani, a poet of Verona, the statue is in one corner of the square "Piazza delle Erbe".
From Wikipedia:
The Roman military settlement in what is now the center of the city was to expand through the cardi and decumani that intersect at right angles. This structure has been kept to the present day and is clearly visible from the air. Further development has not reshaped the original map. Though the Roman city with its basalt-paved roads is mostly hidden from view it stands virtually intact about 6 m below the surface. Most palazzi and houses have cellars built on Roman artifacts that are unfortunately rarely accessible to visitors. Piazza delle Erbe, near the Roman forum was rebuilt by Cangrande I and Cansignorio della Scala I, lords of Verona, using material (such as marble blocks and statues) from roman spas and villas.


TE meeting in Venice.

Find yourself at the meeting following this Link.
The list of participants with their signs.

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