Villa Adriana (Tivoli) - San Cesareo

The Villa Adriana was the retreat of the Roman emperor Hadrian, and the remains of its monuments are great examples of classical architecture. The villa was created in the 2nd century A.D. in the cooler hillside town of Tivoli, about 30 kilometers outside Rome.The Villa shows echoes of many different architectural orders, mostly Greek and Egyptian. Hadrian was a very well travelled emperor and borrowed these designs.

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San Cesareo

Type : Heritage Site
Country: Italy
Continent: Europe
Annual Visitors : 0