Villas is a Spanish placename and surname, from the plural form of villa.
- Las Villas
- Las Tres Villas
- La Hermandad de las Cuatro Villas
- Cinco Villas (disambiguation)
- Castillo Siete Villas
- Villas palladianas
- Villas Boas
- Benalúa de las Villas
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... The most famous of the findings at Stabiae are the villas that come from the time between the destruction of Stabiae by Sulla in 89 BC and the eruption of ... of this location drew many wealthy Romans to build luxurious villas on the ridge overlooking the bay ... These villas, which are described below, provide us with some of the most stunning architectural and artistic remains from Roman villas ...
... The Palladian villas of Veneto are villas designed by architect Andrea Palladio, all of whose buildings were erected in Veneto, the mainland region then under the political control of ... Most villas are protected by UNESCO as part of a World Heritage Site named City of Vicenza and the Palladian Villas of the Veneto ... The term villa was used to describe a country house ...
... from the island of Dia (a mythological name for Naxos), this villa is particularly famous for its frescoes, many of which depict light, winged figures ... It is difficult to get a clear sense of this villa, however, because it grew over the course of 150 years ... It has one of the largest courtyards of any Roman villa measuring two stadia in length ...
... development that consists primarily of 3-4 bedroom villas ... The community features 668 villas, including 236 two-bedroom villas up to 1,961 sq ft. 252 three-bedroom villas up to 3,561 sq ft (330.8 m2) and 180 four-bedroom villas as large as 4,098 sq ft (380.7 m2) ...
... Thais Villas Violetta Villas (1938-2011). ...
Famous quotes containing the word villas:
“If there is anything so romantic as that castle-palace-fortress of Monaco I have not seen it. If there is anything more delicious than the lovely terraces and villas of Monte Carlo I do not wish to see them. There is nothing beyond the semi-tropical vegetation, the projecting promontories into the Mediterranean, the all-embracing sweep of the ocean, the olive groves, and the enchanting climate! One gets tired of the word beautiful.”
—M. E. W. Sherwood (18261903)