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Stadtarchiv Schwäbisch Gmünd, Fotos Stadtmessungsamt, Fotograf: Schuster  Villa Köhler, Parlerstraße 12, Sitz der amerikanischen Militärregierung.

Stadtarchiv Schwäbisch Gmünd, Fotos Stadtmessungsamt, Fotograf: Schuster Villa Köhler, Parlerstraße 12, Sitz der amerikanischen Militärregierung.

A Genealogical History of the Scripps Family and Its Various Alliances - James Edmund Scripps  http://books.google.com/books?id=s6RRAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA81&lpg=PA81&dq=south+Molton+villa,+la+jolla&source=bl&ots=WgSNUW7_Mw&sig=tkrMoS6QF9ccNucLbXIH7tGGc04&hl=en&sa=X&ei=LVVhUuqOPMag2gXg8YDgAQ&ved=0CEEQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=south%20Molton%20villa%2C%20la%20jolla&f=false

A Genealogical History of the Scripps Family and Its Various Alliances - James Edmund Scripps http://books.google.com/books?id=s6RRAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA81&lpg=PA81&dq=south+Molton+villa,+la+jolla&source=bl&ots=WgSNUW7_Mw&sig=tkrMoS6QF9ccNucLbXIH7tGGc04&hl=en&sa=X&ei=LVVhUuqOPMag2gXg8YDgAQ&ved=0CEEQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=south%20Molton%20villa%2C%20la%20jolla&f=false

Italian Embassy Villa on the shores of Lake Chuzenji, Japan -- The Italian Embassy Villa Memorial Park is open from April 1 through Nov. 30 (closed Mondays except June 1 through Oct. 31). Visitors should not miss the permanent exhibit, in the former annex, about Nikko’s history as a summer resort for the international community; it includes a 1929 film showing foreign diplomats and their families frolicking on and in the lake. The former Italian Embassy Villa in Nikko is now open to the…

Italian Embassy Villa on the shores of Lake Chuzenji, Japan -- The Italian Embassy Villa Memorial Park is open from April 1 through Nov. 30 (closed Mondays except June 1 through Oct. 31). Visitors should not miss the permanent exhibit, in the former annex, about Nikko’s history as a summer resort for the international community; it includes a 1929 film showing foreign diplomats and their families frolicking on and in the lake. The former Italian Embassy Villa in Nikko is now open to the…

Mapperton, Beaminster, Dorset - The house, Elizabethan in origin, enlarged in the late 1660s, is a marvellous example of a West Country manor house in harmony with its surroundings and the rolling landscape around it. Now the home of the Earl and Countess of Sandwich, Mapperton continues to be a family house and harks back to the restoration of Charles II when the first Earl of Sandwich brought the King back from Holland.

Mapperton, Beaminster, Dorset - The house, Elizabethan in origin, enlarged in the late 1660s, is a marvellous example of a West Country manor house in harmony with its surroundings and the rolling landscape around it. Now the home of the Earl and Countess of Sandwich, Mapperton continues to be a family house and harks back to the restoration of Charles II when the first Earl of Sandwich brought the King back from Holland.

London's Spencer House is a truly romantic property steeped in aristocratic history

Take a tour of Spencer House

London's Spencer House is a truly romantic property steeped in aristocratic history

Woburn Abbey . Home of the Dukes of Bedford. Plus great art. More of Canaletto's paintings, 24, than Venice.

Woburn Abbey . Home of the Dukes of Bedford. Plus great art. More of Canaletto's paintings, 24, than Venice.

The rich have it all in Roman villas - History (7). What was life like for wealthy families in ancient Rome? Discover what it was like to live in a Roman villa and sample some of the delicacies being prepared for a banquet.

The rich have it all in Roman villas - History (7). What was life like for wealthy families in ancient Rome? Discover what it was like to live in a Roman villa and sample some of the delicacies being prepared for a banquet.

Valeggio (Verona) is particularly important in the Middle Ages, place of transit and border between the Lords of the Scala family, Gonzaga and Visconti. Linked to the history of Borghetto, the group of houses and mills situated sull'alveo River, Valeggio is dominated by the remains of the Medieval Castle with unique Round Tower of the twelfth century. A valeggio there is also famous for its beautiful gardens, Villa Sigurtà. The photo was taken in the spring in the gardens where they were…

Valeggio (Verona) is particularly important in the Middle Ages, place of transit and border between the Lords of the Scala family, Gonzaga and Visconti. Linked to the history of Borghetto, the group of houses and mills situated sull'alveo River, Valeggio is dominated by the remains of the Medieval Castle with unique Round Tower of the twelfth century. A valeggio there is also famous for its beautiful gardens, Villa Sigurtà. The photo was taken in the spring in the gardens where they were…

Beautiful freshwater Lake Como is surrounded by the alps, and the villas along the shoreline are amazing feats of architecture—you can take a boat trip around the lake to learn about the history of the villas, which belong to the Heinz family, Versace, and of course Clooney. If you don’t have your own megamansion, Villa d’este is the place to stay: it’s a classic hotel with 25 acres of gardens that are absolutely immaculate, and it’s so treasured in Italy that it was declared a world…

The Only Hotels You Should Be Staying At in Italy - Photos

Beautiful freshwater Lake Como is surrounded by the alps, and the villas along the shoreline are amazing feats of architecture—you can take a boat trip around the lake to learn about the history of the villas, which belong to the Heinz family, Versace, and of course Clooney. If you don’t have your own megamansion, Villa d’este is the place to stay: it’s a classic hotel with 25 acres of gardens that are absolutely immaculate, and it’s so treasured in Italy that it was declared a world…

Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. Former home to a local wealthy family, and then to Mussolini (a fascist Italian dictator from 1922 to 1943)—the Villa Torlonia is now a museum not known by many tourists. Nonetheless, it has an interesting history dating back hundreds of years. A 3rd- and 4th-century Jewish catacomb was discovered in the north-west area of the grounds in 1919, and was then ordered by Mussolini to be transformed into bunkers against bombers and airstrikes in the 1930s.

Villa Torlonia, Rome, Italy. Former home to a local wealthy family, and then to Mussolini (a fascist Italian dictator from 1922 to 1943)—the Villa Torlonia is now a museum not known by many tourists. Nonetheless, it has an interesting history dating back hundreds of years. A 3rd- and 4th-century Jewish catacomb was discovered in the north-west area of the grounds in 1919, and was then ordered by Mussolini to be transformed into bunkers against bombers and airstrikes in the 1930s.

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