Twenty years ago, during some pipe work excavations in one of Verona city center squares surrounded by the old Scala Family buildings, were found so many Roman and early medieval remains that it was decided to create and underground museum to show them in their original context. Two meters under the nowadays ground level you will find the Roman stone roads with sewers and the mosaics floors from the first century A.D., aLombard tomb and the foundation work of medieval towers.
The Scavi Scaligeri museum hosts also regular exhibition of the International Photography Center (courtesy of Veronissima.com).
Yesterday morning I saw a very interesting photo exhibition called "Young Days" in the museum. I had quite a faded memory of the place which is absolutely unique.
The exhibit winds up among roman stones and grey cement; glass and metal catwalks suspended on ancient gravel and mosaics, two meters underground.
I really look forward to the next exhibition!