To test the visitor one final time, Vicino Orsini and Pirro Ligorio have come up with the illusion of illusions:
The small leaning house.
Should one falter here, one would die, as one is already too far into what is certainly an initiation.
Those who can withstand the leaning house have earned the right to reach the Temple of the Gods.
In fact, the small leaning house is located at the base of the park's last hill.
It is absolute perfection, classicism itself, pure and ideal classicism.
Like everyone, the visitor wants to go in.
Will he find an answer, a statue, a god, a goddess?
Nothing. Complete emptiness.
An inscription chiseled in the stone simply reads:
"But what did you expect?"