Via Zambelli 26 (inside the bank "Banca Popolare di Verona") - 37100 Verona (VR)
The “domus” in the square “Piazza Nogara” is one of the best preserved examples of private Roman buildings in Verona and in northern Italy. It was built at the end of the I century B.C. and it was further renovated between the II and the III century A.D., when the mosaics we can see today in the archaeological area were added.
History of research
The “domus” in the square “Piazza Nogara” was discovered in 1976 during the works for the renovation of the bank “Banca Popolare di Verona”. In the following years the excavation by the General Direction for Archaeological Heritage in the Veneto region brought to light the complete building, which was later restored for its public use.
I B.C. – VI A.D.
Admission: Solo su prenotazione Su prenotazione; Visitability: Interno; Ticket: No;
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Recommended tour time (minutes): 40
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