The Royal Palace of Caserta is one of the most magnificent and splendid buildings that has a ruler built. In fact just crossed the hall, you have the impression of entering a fairy-tale palace.
Bourbon King Charles III commissioned the architect Luigi Vanvitelli to make between the ancient Roman city and Lombard and the new building that emulates a Caserta Versailles. On a rectangular plan, the Royal Palace of Caserta covers an area of 44,000 square meters and stands up for forty yards along a front of two hundred and fifty feet, with twelve hundred rooms lit by windows millessetecentonovanta. Were spent to build about six millions of ducats.
The Royal Palace of Caserta is one of the most visited monuments in Italy. In fact, one can not but be struck by the beauty by the magnificence of the boardrooms and reception, nearly all plastered with silk Leucio, rich in precious decorations, tapestries, furniture and mirrors, which run along corridors and airy little steps, around four large (more…)