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  • The Sacro Speco

    An impressive complex of buildings which almost looks as if it is one with the surrounding rock...

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  • Rocca Pia

    Built on the place where Callisto II Borgia's Castle was situated...
  • Church of St.Peter

    It was built on the rests of a roman villa...


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Hadrian's Villa

Villa Adriana turns out to be the greatest villa never belonged to a roman emperor, testimony of the extraordinary level of ability caught up from the roman architecture. With a perimeter of 3 Km occupied an area at Villa Adriana is the biggest villa belonged to a roman emperor; it is the token of the great level of skill reached by roman architecture...

Villa Adriana

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Villa Adriana Publio Elio Adriano was born in 76 d.C. near Seville, in Spain, in a family that originally came from Hadria, in the Piceno; remained fatherless, he was adopted by his uncle Traiano, emperor of the senatorial dynasty, also said Antonini's dynasty.
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