Hadrian’s Villa by Giusy Briola (Italy Photo Spot)

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Hadrian’s Villa by Giusy Briola

Hadrian’s Villa (Italian – Villa Adriana) is the remains of the sprawling country residence built by the emperor Hadrian. This villa is considered the epitome in architecture of the opulence and elegance of the Roman world. Covering approximately 7 square miles (18 square km), the complex was more an imperial garden city than a traditional villa. Its buildings were designed to follow the natural lay of the land and included baths and bath buildings, libraries, sculpture gardens, theatres, alfresco dining halls, pavilions, and private suites. Significant portions of the complex have survived to modern times. (Tivoli, Italy)

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