Festooned with fountains, packed with replete with its Grand Canal, the Gardens of Versailles were commissioned by Louis XIV – a man renowned for delusions of grandeur – and created by landscape designer, André Le Nôtre.
Mosaics were very popular in the Roman Empire. From the colorful, marble (or glass cubes) squares various patterns were laid on the floors or walls. Many beautiful ancient compositions have been preserved to our day, which prove the craftsmanship of ancient craftsmen. Here are 10 places where we will see some of the most beautiful Roman mosaics.