Browse Roman style houses for sale in Washington. Roman architecture displays grandeur externally and internally. Back in the day, Roman buildings (known as a Domus) were designed to be impressive on the outside for their wealthy inhabitants. These homes were built around a courtyard known as an atrium, and rooms throughout the home would open into the atrium.
Nowadays, Roman-inspired buildings and architecture fall into a few different categories: Romanesque, Neoclassical, Romanesque Revival, and Palladian. Buckingham Palace in London and the New York Stock Exchange in New York are examples of Neoclassical architecture while the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy is an example of Romanesque architecture, and the Smithsonian Institute Building in Washington D.C. is an example of Romanesque revival.
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