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Now I would feel protected if I had these doors! Sculpture of Palazzo Davia Bargellini in Bologna. Picture by Paolo Carboni. Neoclassical Architecture, Architecture Details, Architectural Sculpture, Wooden Statues, Egyptian Symbols, Art Reference, Lion Sculpture, Sculpture Ideas, Sculpting

"Palazzo Davia-Bargellini, Bologna" in 1658 by architect Bartolomeo Provaglia (? - Bologna 1672). Commissioned by Camillo Bargellini. Between 1839-74 the Davia family purchased the palace. One of the prized features of the palazzo are the two colossal sculptures of Telamon (also called atlas, atlantes or atlantids) flanking the entrance. The Greek mythological figures were sculpted by Gabriele Brunelli, using four huge masegne blocks, the sandstone from the upper Bolognese Apennines.

Palace of Versailles. The Palace of Versailles, or simply Versailles is a royal château in Versailles in the Île-de-France region of France. It is also known as the Château de Versailles. Chateau Versailles, Palace Of Versailles, Luís Xiv, Day Trip From Paris, Baroque Architecture, Tours, World Heritage Sites, Cool Places To Visit, Versailles

"Palace of Versailles, Île-de-France" In 1624 King Louis XIII ordered the construction of a hunting lodge. Eight years later began to make enlargements, becoming the core of the new palace. in 1661 his succesor, Louis XIV, had it expanded into one of the largest in the world, the architects Louis Le Vau and André Le Nôtre, and painter Charles Lebrun began a detailed renovation and expansion of the château. Famous not only as a building, but as a symbol of the system of absolute monarchy.

The Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis is an art museum in The Hague, the Netherlands. (I have to see this before I die. Netherlands Tourism, The Hague Netherlands, Colombian Art, National Palace Museum, Hans Holbein, World Famous Artists, Roman Architecture, Johannes Vermeer, San Francisco Museums

“The Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherland” in 1636-44 by architect Jacob van Campen (Haarlem 1596 - Utrecht 1657). Commissioned by Johan Maurits prince of Nassau-Siegen, governor of the Dutch colony in Brazil. One of the most beautiful examples of Dutch classicist architecture, based on the principles of classical Greek and Roman architecture (pilasters, Ionic capitals, cornices and tympana.) The pilasters give the building at once a monumental and tridimensional aspect, the air of a Roman…

Pinacoteca di Brera, a gallery which houses Dead Christ by Adrea Mantegna, Marriage of the Virgin by Raphael, and The Kiss by Francesco Hayez. San Giacomo, Italian Paintings, Italian Baroque, 14th Century, Palazzo, To Go, Italy, Architecture, Places

Pinacoteca di Brera | Milano Museo Brera

La Pinacoteca di Brera è uno tra i più bei luoghi da visitare a Milano. Il Museo di Brera raccoglie moltissimi capolavori dal Rinascimento ad oggi.

PalaisBarberini-Facade avant du palais - Palazzo Barberini - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Palazzo, Baroque Architecture, Classical Architecture, Rome, Kingdom Of Naples, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Famous Architects, Italy, House Styles

"Palazzo Barberini (Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica), Rome" in 1627 designed by architect Carlo Maderno (1556-1629), one of the fathers of Baroque architecture, when Maderno died Bernini (1598-1680) took over, assisted by architect Francesco Borromini (1599-1667). Commmissioned by Maffeo Barberini who became Pope Urban VIII and decided to built a grand palace for his family. Maderno. designed it as a typical villa, with wings extending into the surrounding gardens.

Untouristy art museum focusing on Monet. Tour Eiffel, Sidewalk Cafe, Vacation Wishes, What To Do Today, Beste Hotels, Public Garden, Champs Elysees, France, City Lights

"Museum of Natural History, Paris." (Various architects). Complex started out as the royal botanical gardens, founded in 1626 by Louis XIII (1601-1643) for the cultivation of medicinal plants. The museum was founded in 1793 after the fall of the monarchy during French Revolution.

Frederiksborg Palace or Castle is a palace in Hillerød, Denmark. It was built as a royal residence for King Christian IV and is now a museum of national history. The current edifice replaced a previous castle erected by Frederick II and is the largest Ren Tivoli Villa D'este, Danish Royalty, National History, Royal Residence, Small Island, Versailles, 17th Century, Palace, Bali

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"Frederiksborg Palace, Hillerød, Denmark" The oldest parts of the castle date back to the 1560 structure built by king Frederick II (1534-1588), although most of the palace was constructed by King Christian IV (1569-1625) between 1602-1620. He employed the Flemish architects Hans and Lorenz van Steenwinckel (Dutch style). It is the largest Renaissance palace in Scandinavia, is located on three small islands in the middle of Palace Lake and is adjoined by a large garden in the Baroque style.