March 11, 1302: Romeo and Juliet Are Married
On this day in 1302, Romeo and Juliet were married, according to Shakespeare. A real couple named Romeo Montocchio and Juliet Capelletto were married in the walled city of Cittadella in Italy.
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Image: Detail of ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ 1884 painting by Frank Dicksee.
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