Villa Adriana was created at Tivoli around 117 d.C.as a retreat from Rome for Emperor Adrian. Appointed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The great dome of the Therma with Heliocaminus covered an intensely heated hall.
One of the four corridors of the Cryptoporticus underneath the Winter Palace. It secured a fresh strolling place during summertime, and it was lighted by openings in its vaults.
The Canopus, with its long basin decorated by statues, columns and pergulae
The great shell-shaped half-dome of the Canopus, a spectacular open-air summer banquet hall, decorated by niches with statues and fountains.