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Villa Jovis ("Villa of Jupiter"; also Villa Iovis, sometimes misspelled Villa Ionis) is a Roman palace on Capri, southern Italy, built by emperor Tiberius and completed in AD 27.  This is an idea of what it looked like. File:Villa Jovis, Reconstructed by C. Weichardt.jpg

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The irises in the garden of Villa I Due Padroni

The irises in the garden of Villa I Due Padroni

Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin, Whole Lotta Love,  Italy Unplugged RP playing guitar-a rare find. I rarely see him playing an instrument on stage.

Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin, Whole Lotta Love, Italy Unplugged RP playing guitar-a rare find. I rarely see him playing an instrument on stage.

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Turning off the phone and embracing the beauty of nature up at the North Shore is a must for my getaway. And no, "There Is No App For This".

Wooden shoes at Villa I Due Padroni

Wooden shoes at Villa I Due Padroni

Visit any of the most beautiful places in the world and your life will never be the same.

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Amazing! Must get to the Borghese Gallery in Rome: Caravaggio's Crazy Life: The Paintings of a Killer

Caravaggio's Crazy Life: The Paintings of a Killer

The Martyrdom of Saint Ursula Artist Caravaggio Year 1610 Type Oil on canvas Dimensions 154 cm × 178 cm in × 70 in) Location Galleria di Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano, Naples

Scene VII in the Villa de Misteri (Pompeii)  Initiation into the Dionysian Mysteries: under the imperial purple is probably a Herm, standing in a winnowing fan.  The winnowing fan (“líknon” also meaning a “cradle”) featured in the rites accorded Dionysus and in the Eleusinian Mysteries, and in the birth narratives of Sargon the Great, Moses and Jesus.

Scene VII in the Villa de Misteri (Pompeii) Initiation into the Dionysian…

Pompeii - Villa/ Mysteries: Scene 4. The Silenus looks disapprovingly at the startled initiate as he holds up an empty silver bowl. A,young satyr gazes into the bowl. The bowl may have held Kykeon, the intoxicating drink of participants in Orphic-Dionysuan mysteries, intended for the frightened initiate

Pompeii - Villa/ Mysteries: Scene The Silenus looks disapprovingly at the…

I loved Florence so much that I vowed to return someday. I'd love to spend at least a month at a Tuscan villa with Drew and Nathaniel - relaxing, exploring the towns and cities at a leisurely pace, cooking (well, Drew probably would do that part), and having friends over for a visit. I'd read real books and spend most of my time unplugged. It sounds like a dream.

An Italian Honeymoon: Florence

I loved Florence so much that I vowed to return someday. I'd love to spend at least a month at a Tuscan villa with Drew and Nathaniel - relaxing, exploring the towns and cities at a leisurely pace, cooking (well, Drew probably would do that part), and having friends over for a visit. I'd read real books and spend most of my time unplugged. It sounds like a dream.

I LOVE the exposed brick and white. I just need more clutter.

gotta love that stone wall. And the white furniture and creme rug showcase it so beautifully. Casa Olivi by Wespi de Meuron Architekten 300 years old farm house located in Treia, Italy

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Architecture Casa Olivi 300 Year Old Farmhouse Elegantly Converted Into Modern Living Space

Villa of Mysteries, Pompeii.   I took this architecture to remind the Greek and also show that the archetecture is part of the history of art.

Villa of Mysteries, Pompeii. I took this architecture to remind the Greek and also show that the archetecture is part of the history of art.

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Image 2 of 20 from gallery of House Renovation In Treia / Wespi de Meuron Romeo architects. Photograph by Hannes Henz

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