Tomba di Giulietta – Museo degli Affreschi G.B Cavalcaselle
Lying in a crypt adjacent to the cloister of the 13th century San Francesco al Corso convent complex, this uncovered red marble sarcophagus contained Juliet’s mortal remains, according to recent tradition.
The convent complex, where Juliet’s tomb is located, also houses the G.B. Cavalcaselle Frescoes Museum where frescoes and sculptures are on display, and in the adjoining Church of San Francesco al Corso, twenty-two large restored paintings can be admired.
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