The Appian Way is one of the earliest and most important Roman roads of the ancient republic that changed the culture of Ancient Rome. The … Read more
Crespi d’Adda is a model company town in the province of Bergamo, Lombardy. The village was built by Cristoforo Benigno Crespi in 1877 and finished … Read more
“A Red Steel Circle. A ring that embraces – passing under the new bridge – an area made of iron, water, cement, and asphalt. The … Read more
Built by the Bourbon kings of Naples during the 18th century, the Royal Palace of Caserta was the largest palace in Europe and a perfect … Read more
Three large and majestic Roman domus (villas) have been restored and will be reopened to the public by Easter: Home of Triptolemus, the House of Romulus and Remus and the House of Marco Lucrezio Frontone.
Catullus Caves, in Sirmione, on the shore of Garda lake, are the ruins of an ancient and majestic Roman villa. The name caves were coined … Read more
Castel del Monte lies in Apulia, Puglia. In 1996 Castel del Monte was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO as “a unique masterpiece of … Read more
EUR is an acronym for Esposizione Universale Roma and is a perfect example of fascist architecture. Fascist architecture became popular under Benito Mussolini’s rule of … Read more