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A luxurious Roman villa, called the Domus of Vesunna, built around a garden courtyard surrounded by a colonnaded peristyle enriched with bold tectonic frescoing, has been handsomely protected in a modern glass-and-steel structure, designed by Jean Nouvel. It is considered as a fine example of archaeological museum-making (see link).
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