Juliet's tomb is in the cloisters of the church of San Francesco al Corso, where, it is said, Romeo and Juliet were married. In front of the tomb stands a group of ten bronze sculptures by the contemporary artist Sergio Pasetto, which illustrates the story of the two lovers. The museum here is home to fine frescoes dating from the 14C to 17C, including the magnificent Procession following Charles V's Coronation by Ermanno and Jacopo Ligozzi (1580).
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