Verona, July 24, 1329 It 'the dawn when a long funeral procession entered the city and heads towards the Church of Santa Maria Antica. On a wagon, the body of Can Grande della Scala, lord of Verona, the man to whom he dedicated the Paradiso Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy, who died just two days before in Treviso. For centuries his death remained shrouded in mystery. In 2004, an autopsy performed on the mummified body of Can Grande has lifted the veil and revealed the true cause of death: poisoning. Are you ready to investigate a murder 700 years old? Conducted by a qualified tourist guide, dressed in the clothes of real investigators and between monuments, legends, riddles, games and clues, let the city of Verona reveal a truth buried for centuries. Live a new experience Explore the mysteries of history in a different way to visit one of the most fascinating cities in the world in the game Put your curiosity and all your skills Departure point: Courtyard of the Museum of Castelvecchio Itinerary: Castelvecchio, Piazza Bra (Side Arena ), Church of Santa Maria della Scala, Piazza delle Erbe, the Cathedral (Church of St. Helena), Anastasia, Scaliger. All the monuments will be visited only on the outside. Duration: 3 hours Price: 30 euro. Includes appetizer at the booths of Verona Tasty. (The guys who have not completed 16 years on the day of the event can attend for free when accompanied by 2 adults) The story we tell is loosely inspired by the works of Ettore Napione.