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  • Craig Ailey Villa - Ken Owen provides an illustrated history of the villa in Cove, on the Firth of Clyde, designed by Alexander "Greek" Thomson. Includes measured drawings and excerpts from sources.
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  • Max Gate - The Victorian villa which Thomas Hardy designed and built for himself in 1885. History, plan of the gardens, visits seminars and the Thomas Hardy Essay Competition.
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  • Medici Villas in Florence and its Surroundings - A photograph and description of each from Your Way to Florence.
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  • Porto-Colleoni-Thiene - The official site gives an illustrated history and virtual tour of this Italian Renaissance villa with frescos and ornate 18th-century stables. Visitor information.
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  • The Roman Villa of Piazza Armerina, Sicily - An illustrated room-by-room description by René Seindal of the villa with the richest collection of late Roman mosaics. Includes bibliography, plan and more than 200 photographs.
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  • Roman Villas in Britain - Guy de la Bédoyère describes how classical Roman villas were built and used, with examples from Britain and bibliography. Illustrations include reconstructions.
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  • Villa Aldobrandini, Rome - Paula J. Howarth tells the story of this villa built at the beginning of the 17th century by Cardinal Pietro Aldobrandini, with bibliography.
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  • Wikipedia: Palladian Villas of the Veneto - An introduction to this cluster of works by Andrea Palladio and his students which are listed as a World Heritage site. The list of villas includes links to illustrated articles on specific villas.
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  • Wikipedia: Villa - An illustrated definition and description of the various types of building which have been called villas from Roman to modern from the collaborative encyclopedia.
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