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  • Address: Corso Porta Borsari, 59
All that remains of this entranceway to the Roman city, this double arched gate is still mighty impressive with its height and double story of windows. Built originally in brick in1AD, it was renovated with local white limestone in 265AD by Emperor Gallieno. In the middle ages it gained its current name, meaning bursars, as this is where the tax collectors sat collecting duties from traveling  merchants.

Leading up to the gate is Corso Porta Borsari, one of Verona’s most elegant shopping streets.

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