The Roman Villa of Desenzano del ガルダ, 豊かなモザイクで, is one of the residential buildings of the best preserved late Roman age of Northern Italy. It was placed at the foot of a hill slope and the beach was just a few metres from it. A group of rooms with heating systems to cavity is from the first half of the 1st century AD, which probably belongs to the General system of the complex. In the first half of the 4th century, 大邸宅は、表現のために使用される翼の作成につながった完全な有機リストラを受けた, another mainly residential and a third character. Archeological data testify that the ruin of the complex was caused by a violent fire. The villa still retains the charm of the original glitz and one can still admire the remains of mosaics, walls and foundations. At the entrance of the villa stands a small museum where you can see the finds recovered from the excavations. These include the remains of the statues and portraits are very interesting and a mill for the pressing of grapes or olives. Inside the Museum a cockpit also allows you to see a hypocaust, a hypocaust that was part of a series of rooms with brick pillars on which rested the floor likely Augustan era. The Roman Villa of Desenzano is divided into three sectors A, B, 総務. In the field to include an octagonal vestibule from which you came to the beach and the Marina, 柱廊, 中庭柱廊に囲まれたと彫像が飾られ, an atrium to forceps for came to the room triclinium with three aspes and representation. The triclinium was covered by a dome roof or barrel vaulted. The local and the peristyle were paved with mosaics showing geometric patterns and vegetal motifs which created colour effects. Probably in the Central apse of the triclinium there was a window from which you could see the viridarium, enclosed garden at the back by a fountain with niches. After a series of small rooms used in services there was the entrance to the villa from which there was the road separating the sector to sector b. In this sector, これは、ローマ時代に数多くの変換を受けた, there are various clubs and residential environments have geometric mosaics supposedly dating to the late 3rd century or early 4th century after Christ. Sector C was the most damaged. It has rooms with marble slabs paving and heating both under the floors and crawlspaces.