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Sant'Ambriogio - Milan's patron saint - example of Lombard romanesque.

What to do in Milan - Guide to an alternative weekend

صور: بيت الملكة في لندن

View of the Queen's House looking south, National Maritime Museum, by Greenwich National Maritime Museum Photo Studio 1998

The Complete Guide To Seeing All The Sights In Venice, Italy (14)

The Complete Guide To Seeing All The Sights In Venice, Italy!

The Complete Guide To Seeing All The Sights In Venice, Italy! - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food

Villa Balbiano, Lake Como, Italy - A privately owned property protected by high walls, Villa del Balbiano allows its elegant garden to be glimpsed from the large gate, overlooking via Regina road that from the town of Ossuccio leads to Lenno on Lake Como.

Palau Farnese a Roma, Miquel Àngel

Vignole et Sangallo - "La villa Farnèse" - Rome, Caprarola - début construction : 1513

La Basílica de San Andrés es una iglesia renacentista en Mantua, Lombardía (Italia) diseñada por Leon Battista Alberti.

Sari Andrea in Mantua-Leon Baltista Alberti. 1472 Idea of Lineaments, mathematical measurements

Palladio - teatro olimpico Vicenza 1585

Vicenza - Characterized by a false perspective stage scenery, the Teatro Olimpico is the absolute climax of the creativity of one of the greatest Italian architects, Andrea Palladio. It's an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

San Zaccaria, Venice | Gothic and Renaissance styles between 1444 and 1515

contains the supposed remains of Zachary or Zachariah, the father of John the Baptist, and of Saint Athanasius.

VILLA PISANI, BAGNOLO, Italy: The Pisani were very wealthy Venetian aristocrats who owned several villas named after them, two of them designed by Andrea Palladio.  The villa at Bagnolo was built in the 1540s & was Palladio's first villa for a patrician family of Venice.  The villa at Bagnolo was at the centre of an agricultural estate, & was designed with rusticated features to complement its rural setting.

Villa Pisani Bonetti a Bagnolo di Lonigo(VI) 30 minutes west of Vicenza

#travel #Italy #florence Basilica Santa Croce - Florence - Final resting place for many famous men from the renaissance

Basilica Santa Croce - Florence - It is the greatest Franciscan Gothic church in Florence, famous for its frescoes by Giotto and tombs of the greatest personalities of Italy such as Michelangelo, Galileo, Machiavelli, Rossini.

The San Michele in Isola church was one of the first renaissance buildings in Venice.

The San Michele in Isola church was one of the first renaissance buildings in Venice.

Andrea Palladio: Palazzo Valmarana, 1565, Vicenza, Italy

Valmarana is a patrician palace in Vicenza, Italy, built by architect Andrea Palladio in 1565 for the noble Isabella Nogarola Valmarana.

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