Piazza Armerina, Sicily: Villa Romana del Casale – Rick Steves’ Europe Travel Guide – Travel Bite
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Sicily’s Villa Romana del Casale was the mansion of a wealthy Roman senator who traded in exotic animals. Its mosaics, made of dozens of different kinds of multicolored marble and glass chips, give us a colorful peek at the lifestyle of Rome’s elite.
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