When you come to a doorway covered with graffiti and declarations of love in a whole host of different languages, you'll know you've reached the spot. This Gothic palazzo, supposed to have belonged to the Capulets (it was actually the property of the Dal Cappello family), even boasts the famous "Juliet's balcony" overlooking its inner courtyard. The house is home to a small museum with a collection of frescoes, paintings, furniture and various objects dating from the Renaissance period, as well as costumes from Shakespeare's famous play.
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