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Ruins of the Ancient Roman imperial palace in via Brisa, Milan, Italy. Milan became in the 4th Century AD, the capital of the Western portion of the Roman Empire. In this view a circular corridor with some rooms around, the circle on the centre was probably surrounded by columns.


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current01:18, March 20, 2009Thumbnail for version as of 01:18, March 20, 2009800 × 533 (137 KB)Kathleen.wright5 (wall | contribs)Ruins of the Ancient Roman imperial palace in via Brisa, Milan, Italy. Milan became in the 4th Century AD, the capital of the Western portion of the Roman Empire. In this view a circular corridor with some rooms around, the circle on the centre was probab

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