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The Leaning Tower of Pisa

One of the Seven Wonders of the modern world. Story of the tower of Pisa.

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Italy | Pisa

Column of Marcus Aurelius

The Column dedicated to Marcus Aurelius by his son Commodus, inspired by Trajan’s column. Marcus Aurelius, the emperor philosopher, can be considered the last emperor of the golden age of the Roman Empire, before the economical and political decline of the following centuries.

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Italy | Rome

Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius

The equestrian statue of the emperor Marcus Aurelius, located in the center of Michelangelo’s Piazza del Campidoglio, is one of the best examples of Ancient Roman sculpture and was the model for all modern equestrian statues.

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Italy | Rome

Temple of Antoninus and Faustina

The temple dedicated to Antoninus Pius and his wife Faustina is quite well preserved and we can still appreciate the wonderful frieze with griffons.

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Italy | Rome

Hadrian’s Temple

The temple dedicated to Hadrian, once he was turned into a deity, was built by his successor Antoninus Pius.

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Italy | Rome

Mausoleum of Hadrian

The Mausoleum of Hadrian, the biggest and most monumental mausoleum in Rome, was converted into a castle during the Middle Ages and is now called; Castel Sant’Angelo.

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Italy | Rome

Hadrian’s Villa Maritime Theater in 360°

The so called Maritime Theater was the secret miniature private apartment of the emperor, located on an island surrounded by a moat, surrounded by a portico. Inside this small area was everything the emperor needed: bedroom, living room, toilets and even little thermal baths.

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Italy | Rome

Hadrian’s Villa, The Older Apartments &the Hall of the Pilasters in 360°

The older apartments, owned by the wife of Hadrian, were the starting point of the whole Villa. The hall of the pilaster was mistaken for a throne hall, but it was a very elegant courtyard surrounded by a portico.

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Italy | Rome

Hadrian’s Villa, Fire Brigade Barracks

The Fire brigade’s barracks are a great example of the complexity of the organization of Hadrian’s Villa.

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Italy | Rome

Hadrian’s Villa The Emperors Apartments in 360°

The private apartments of the emperor, the hall of the Pescaia.

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Italy | Rome

Hadrian’s Villa Grand Baths in 360°

The Grand Baths were used by the workers and the officials of the Villa, while Hadrian used the private small baths. Each room and hall had a special function: frigidarium, tepidarium, calidarium, laconicum and the gym.

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Italy | Rome

Hadrian’s Villa Canopus and Serapeum in 360°

The Canopus, the influence of Egyptian culture, the statues and the traditional Roman banquets.

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Italy | Rome
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