Category:Nymphaea (architecture)

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English: A nymphaeum (plural: nymphaea), in the culture of Greece and Rome, was a monument (sometimes arranged as to furnish a supply of water), usually in gardens or parks, consecrated to the nymphs, especially those of springs. These monuments were originally natural grottoes, which tradition assigned as habitations to the local nymphs. In modern times are built fountains with water-flows, called ‘nymphaea’ (or ‘temples of water’), rarely associated with nymphs and grottoes.
Italiano: Un ninfeo è un edificio costruito come grotta, sia sotterraneo che in superficie, in genere accanto ad una fonte d'acqua.
ninfeo; nymphée; Ninfeo; Нимфей; Νυμφαίον; nimfeu; Nimfej; Nymphäum; ninfeu; Німфеум; Nymfeum; Нимфеум; нимфеум; Nymphaeum; ニンファエウム; Nümphaion; Нимфеум; Nymfeum; Nimfeum; nymfeum; nymphaeum; ninfeo; nympheum; נימפאום; nymfaion; nymphaeum; نيمفيوم; nymfeum; 水神廟; monumento dedicato alle ninfe, piscina o fontana che riceve acqua da una fonte considerata sacra all'origine; nimfaszentély, emlékhely; type monument in de Griekse en Romeinse oudheid; Brunnenhaus, Nymphenheiligtum der antiken Griechen und Römer; nymfeille omistettu lähdeluola antiikissa; type of monument in ancient Greece and Rome; نوع من النصب الاغريقية والرومانية..; svatyně zasvěcená nymfám; bassin recevant une source considérée à l'origine comme sacrée; nymphaeon; ニンファニオン; Nimfaion; nymphaeum
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type of monument in ancient Greece and Rome
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