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THE COURSE of Monument Run 10k 



0 - 5 km

Departure near the Bentegodi Stadium, called “Stadio dei Quarantamila” in the direction of Porta Nuova (km 2).
At km 3 we meet the seventeenth-century palace of the Gran Guardia which, with its 86 meters in length, stands out on the south side of the central Piazza Bra, where there is the Arena amphitheater and Palazzo Barbieri, seat of the Municipality of Verona.
The runners will leave it to meet, now at 4km, the Church of San Fermo Maggiore or of the Saints Fermo and Rustico which also houses the Chapel of the Alighieri.
Another kilometer (5km) to reach the splendid Piazza delle Erbe and the Torre dei Lamberti which, with its 84 meters, is today the tallest building in the city of Verona.
The Tower houses the two bells, the Rengo, used to call the people to gather in case of danger, and the Marangona, to mark daily life.
We leave the Torre dei Lamberti to admire the Basilica of Sant’Anastasia and its magnificent portal decorated with paintings and sculptures, famous for the spectacular fresco of "San Giorgio and the Princess" by Pisanello.


6 - 10km

From here you run for one kilometer in the direction of the Church of Sant’Eufemia, a large religious building with a magnificent fifteenth-century portal.
At km 6 we meet the Ponte della Vittoria, built to celebrate November 4, 1918, the day of victory in the battle of Vittorio Veneto and the end of the Great War, as well as to commemorate the Fallen Veronese.
Continue in Via Armando Diaz to find Porta Borsari, known as Porta Iovia, formerly the site for the collection of duties on goods in transit.
In a flash from here you arrive at the Arena, an iconic Roman amphitheater known throughout the world, one of the best in terms of state of preservation, home to opera performances of unparalleled level.
Leaving Piazza Brà, take Via Roma to reach the majestic Castelvecchio and from here in a few hundred meters we find ourselves admiring the monumental Porta Palio, built on a project by the architect Michele Sanmicheli. There is very little to go to cross the new finish line inside ​​the Bentegodi Stadium.