St. Mark's Lion, symbol of the Republic of Venice
© all rights reserved by B℮n Please take your time... to View it large on black Verona is a city straddling the Adige river in Veneto, northern Italy most famous as the setting for Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The area was already inhabited in prehistoric times, but who the first people were to establish themselves there remains a mystery. In 89 BC, when it became a Roman Colony, the city began to stand out. The traces of the Romans' works remain very much in evidence to this day. It is…
The Picture Library
The Marsden Archive is a specialist picture library featuring Simon Marsden's unique black and white infrared photographs of the fantastic and the supernatural. Including images of haunted houses, gothic graveyards, romantic ruins and eerie ghosts.