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Quintili's Villa

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Overview

Title
Quintili's Villa
Author
fede_76
Rating
3.71
Year
150 AD
Cost
6 €
Average visit time
30 minutes
Address
290 Via Appia Antica, 00178 Rome RM
Hours of operation
9.00am-one hour before sunset. Monday closed
Contacts
Phone: 0639967700
Website: http://www.parcoappiaantica.it

Description

The Quintili's Villa was the largest and most opulent residence of the Roman suburbs. It belonged to the brothers Quintili, consuls in 151 AD and then to the Emperor Commodus. The Quintili's Villa, located in Park of the Appia Antica, offers a view from its terraces of the Roman countryside, which inspired many famous artists.