Villa "La Rotonda" sorrounded by yellow rapeseed flowers. Vicenza-Italy. - …
Villa "La Rotonda" sorrounded by yellow rapeseed flowers. Vicenza-Italy. - …
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Vicenza, Italy - April 11, 2014: Unusual view of the spectacle of yellow rapeseed flowers surrounding Villa "La Rotonda" at sunset with dramatic sky. . The villa is one of the masterpieces of Andrea Palladio and is located just outside Vicenza. The photo has been taken from the main road connecting Vicenza with the Riviera Berica.
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Unusual spectacle of yellow rapeseed flowers surrounding Villa "La Rotonda", one of the masterpieces of Andrea Palladio. The villa is located just outside Vicenza and it is possible to admire it from the main road. A cloudy sky at the sunset adds drama at the photo.

Almerico Villa Capra La Rotonda (also known as Villa Capra or Villa Capra Valmarana) is a Palladian villa built by Paul Almerico, who commissioned it to Andrea Palladio in 1566.
La Rotonda (The Rotunda), as it became known later, is one of the most famous and imitated buildings of architectural history of the modern era.
Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1994, it is by far the most famous villa of Palladio and, probably, of all the villas in the Veneto.
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