Photos: Verona

I served hundreds of cups of Caffé Verona blend coffee working at Starbucks in high school, all without knowing anything about the seemingly random city in Italy it was named after.

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After experiencing Verona, it makes sense. It’s a beautiful, romantic, historic city, and the espresso…I’ll never forget it.

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The Adige River winds through Verona, creating a series of picturesque bridges to the peninsula where the historic city center sits between the horseshoe bend in the river.

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The Arena, a predecessor and model for the Colisseum in Rome.

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