Marina Liddell (@liddellmarina)
Roman Emperor Hadrian and his young lover Antinous, who tragically died early- drowned in the river Nile in 130 A.D. After his death Hadrian deified Antinous and even founded a city Antinoopolis on the east bank of the Nile in Egypt, not far from the place of his favourite’s drowning. These Roman busts are in British Museum. London
Glorious Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire. The seat of 12th Duke of Marlborough. Built by John Vanbrugh in the beginning of XVIIIC for John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough and named after one of his greatest victories in the War of the Spanish Succession.