Caldiero is a town in the region of Veneto in northern Italy, located 56 miles west of Venice and 9 miles east of Verona.
It was originally founded by the Romans, around 10 AD, then called "Calidarium," famous for its bathing houses.
Today, it is known for its Roman ruins, ancient bathouses, and military history.
People Born in Caldiero
Caldiero in People's Lives
Napoleon Bonaparte: I commanded a battle here in 1796, and was defeated by Austrian reinforcements, led by Joseph Alvinczi.