This large building is very close to the Termini Station.
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Outside are a collection of very interesting stele and statues, set in a pleasant garden with a fountain.
Inside, more stele and statues, but the building itself is the star here. huge as it is, only a small part of this amazing complex survives. There is a reconstructed tomb inside, complete with marble facing blocks and urns.
Also a lovely and complete mosaic floor and an enchanting statue of a young boy riding his pony.
Well worth a look around.
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