A journey through Shakespeare's Italy

Jun 03, 2021 495

The great English playwright, William Shakespeare, set almost half of his works in Italy. Official sources affirm, however, that Shakespeare never visited "il bel paese" and yet his love for beautiful cities such as Venice and Messina...

...although known only through travel stories, has made them the scene of many of his most famous works, just think about Romeo and Juliet, set in Verona, or Othello, set instead in Venice. Today we are going to discover some of the most beautiful Italian cities mentioned by the famous poet, for a trip to Italy through the words of Shakespeare.   

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SOURCE: https://www.visititaly.eu/

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