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Domitian of Rome (51-96AD,) who had a distrustful nature and lived in constant fear of conspiracies, built a palace whose pillars are made of white reflective marble so that he could see what was going on behind him at all times.
The Palace of Domitian (Domus Flavia) is an amazing place. We walked into this area without at first realising what exactly it was. Today only a few remnants are left of the glory that was, but even so you do get glimpses of this palace...More
The Flavian Palace (Domus Flavia) is an ancient palace constructed in the 1st Century AD atop Palatine Hill. It was the official residence of all emperors. It is divided into three sections: Domus Flavia, Domus Augustana and the Stadium. The palace grounds are immense; they...More
Don’t miss this spectacular residential complex from the 1th century, known as Domus Flavia (or Flavian Palace). It was designed for the Emperor Domitian and contained several large rooms and suites. This part od the palace was an official residence, while Domus Augustana was a...More
Domus Flavia (Flavian Palace) is one of the attractions you can see upon Palatine Hill. Built in 92 AD for Emperor Titus Flavius (Domitian). This was part of the residential complex of palaces, which included adjacent Domus Augustana, located at this location above the Roman...More
I entered this amazing place with no map, unaware even whose house or palace I was in, and was immediately swept into a deep and resonating historical experience. Although it was spectacular for me stumbling upon the hippodrome, the peltate courtyard, the rooms with roofs,...More