Verona is an historic city with a population of about a quarter of a million in north-eastern Italy's Veneto region. It's most famous as the setting for Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet and has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list.

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  • Location:  , , ,
  • Population:  86,400
  • Latitude:  45° 26' 17.4" (45.4382°) north
  • Longitude:  10° 59' 37.5" (10.9937°) east
  • Elevation:  57 meters (187 feet)
  • Wikidata:  Verona
  • Wikimedia Commons:  Verona

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Other Names for Verona

  • Arabic:  فيرونا
  • Armenian:  Վերոնա
  • Belarusian:  Горад Верона
  • Bulgarian:  Верона
  • Chinese:  维罗纳
  • Esperanto:  Verono
  • French:  Vérone
  • Friulian:  Verone
  • Georgian:  ვერონა
  • Greek:  Βερόνα
  • Hebrew:  ורונה
  • Hindi:  वेरोना
  • Icelandic:  Veróna
  • Italian:  Comune di Verona
  • Japanese:  ヴェローナ
  • Kazakh:  Верона
  • Korean:  베로나
  • Ligurian:  Veronn-a
  • Lombard:  Verùna
  • Marathi:  व्हेरोना
  • Ossetian:  Веронæ
  • Persian:  ورونا
  • Piemontese:  Veron-a
  • Polish:  Werona
  • Russian:  Верона
  • Serbian:  Верона
  • Tagalog:  Lungsod ng Verona
  • Thai:  เวโรนา
  • Tibetan:  ཝེ་རོ་ན།
  • Ukrainian:  Верона
  • Western Frisian:  Ferona
  • Western Panjabi:  ویرونا

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