In Latin it is where we find the etymological origin of the word villa that we will now analyze in depth. We specify that it emanates from the term villa , which can be translated as “country house”.
Villa is a term with several uses linked to different types of populations and certain particular housing styles. In its classical sense, a village is a population that has some privileges that differentiate it from villages or towns , but that does not come to be considered as a city for example Samui villas and Koh samui hotels
It is, therefore, a type of population nucleus that emerged in the Middle Ages . In medieval villages artisans and merchants used to live, differing from rural settlers. Most of these villas managed to evolve both in infrastructure and in number of settlers until they became cities.
A villa, on the other hand, is a recreational house that is situated in an isolated place, usually in the countryside . For example: “The businessman retired to his rest village after closing several commercial agreements” , “My employer’s villa has a large number of wooded hectares and a large swimming pool . “
In Argentina , the notion of a villa is used to name the neighborhood of precarious homes with infrastructure deficiencies . The original concept spoke of misery villa (coined by Bernardo Verbitsky in one of his books), although in everyday language reference is simply made to villa.
The villas are usually located in or around large cities and are formed from migrations (with people arriving from different towns or countries in search of work).
In addition to all of the above, we cannot ignore that it is common in the colloquial field to make use of the term house of the villa. It is an expression with which it comes to define what is the municipality of any municipality.
There is also what is known as the university of village and land. This expression, however, was more typical of past centuries and was used to refer specifically to the set of neighborhoods that maintained a bond of union since they were under the same representation.
Of course, we cannot ignore the expression of the workers of the town. This is used to refer to a man who works in the construction sector, specifically as a bricklayer.