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An Ancient Amalgamation

The Villa Adriana (or Hadrian's Villa) at Tivoli is a complex of historical buildings originally built as a summer retreat for the Roman Emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century AD. The classical architecture is truly spectacular to behold, and considering the scale of the building, you won't run out of beautiful things to gawk over for at least a few hours. This masterpiece also shows its cultural richness as you can see all sorts of fascinating ancient Mediterranean art pieces. Take a stroll around the villa and bring yourself back to ancient times and see for yourself how an emperor kicked back to relax.

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