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From back, through small windows, the day-light penetrates in (in the movie this part of the crypt had been fenced by a wall.) Again, here is the granite column with carvings on the top that was clearly visible in the movie beside Juliet's coffin. When in the town we again enjoyed the view of the church, this time from far and on the back side.
I was so regretful not to have taken with me at least a little flower to be left in the crypt as I usually do when I visit Juliet's tomb in the real Verona! Later we found an ancient public fountain, very similar to the one where Mercutio "took a bath" in the movie.
Since then we saw that movie many times taking for granted that the background of it was the real town of Verona.
How charming is the rose-window on the church entrance!
lthough, in effect, it is not the window shown in the movie, as the latter had been created anew in Cinecitta after the style of the facade of another ancient Tuscania church of Santa Maria Maggiore...a small stone ledge similar to a long stone bench.
The hill and the church now would shine brightly in the sun then would get dark by the next coming cloud.
Within short we got to the external walls of the temple.