The Babylone line symbolizes aesthetic modernity and technical achievement. The movement has the advantage of being very transparent.

It is named after the city of Babylon, built during King Nebuchadnezzar II’s reign around 500 B.C. This is an ode, a tribute to one of the most mythical cities of the world and its famous outer wall, with its eight doors, each one bearing a ceremonial name, guaranteeing divine protection to the city. Cradle to humanity and to the Babylonian Empire, Herodotus describes these walls, which belonged to the Seven Wonders of the World. The four pillars at the corners of this model represent the legendary Tower of Babel.

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