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  • dates back to cave paintings (6000 BCE), Iberian remains, olive trees, Roman roads, medieval buildings, and neoclassical and modernist buildings. Ulldecona
    24 KB (3,019 words) - 21:54, 8 August 2015
  • Baden. The route follows several Roman roads in the area of the Upper Rhine Plain. For example, the Bergstraße (Mountain Road) leads along the base of the
    8 KB (860 words) - 21:54, 14 April 2015
  • trails which led south from the Baltic Sea, the Amber Road joined the huge network of Roman roads connecting all parts of the Empire. Huge and wealthy
    2 KB (257 words) - 20:01, 31 August 2015
  • forests Medieval and Ottoman castles Roman roads/temples and Byzantine churches Rock inscriptions by order of Roman Emperor Hadrian Old red-tiled roof villages
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  • until the advent of the automobile that necessitated wider roads and hence many Roman roads were paved over. 41.89016912.492269  Rome/Colosseo
    137 KB (16,154 words) - 04:53, 27 December 2015
  • road linking the Midlands with East Anglia and the East Coast starts at Catthorpe, which is four miles northeast of the town. Two major Roman roads pass
    14 KB (1,966 words) - 20:55, 8 December 2015
  • East Sussex (section Road)
    role in Roman Britain. The Romans left Pevensey Castle and various Roman Roads as a reminder of their presence. In West Sussex Fishbourne Roman Villa remains
    45 KB (5,516 words) - 13:17, 8 December 2015
  • surfaces make them rather impractical. Note that walking the old Roman stone roads can be quite exhausting, especially in the heat of summer with loads
    21 KB (3,233 words) - 22:11, 18 December 2015
  • Aude, Languedoc-Roussillon, France. Narbonne was an important place in Roman times, being at the junction between the Via Domitia and the Via Aquitania
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  • Appia, or the Appian Way, was one of the earliest and most important Roman roads. It connected Rome to Brindisi, in southeast Italy, primarily as a route
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  • the Romans, who were the first to record its presence, giving it the name Dubris. It also marked the start of Watling Street, a major Roman road. The
    9 KB (1,134 words) - 12:33, 29 September 2015
  • roots of this town historically lay along the ancient Fosse Way, the Roman road that connected Exeter to Lincoln in an almost perfectly straight line
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  • castle. During the 2nd century a Roman road was built that connected Rimini to Piacenza. Built in honor of the Roman consul Mark Emilio Facetious, it
    10 KB (1,425 words) - 00:00, 1 September 2014
  • Corbridge was know to the ancient Romans as Coria, and was at one time the northernmost town of the Roman Empire. Due to its status as a border town
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  • Central Park.   Justinianus Roman Bridge.   Seyhan Dam, Love Island, & American Island.   Old Dam and Dilberler Seki Road.   Old Town and the Clock Tower
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  • worked in Ashdown Forest for 5,000 years, with Iron working during the Roman Period and Saxon Farming, however the forest took on its role as an area
    28 KB (2,500 words) - 22:46, 10 December 2015
  • until our times. .  39.94228632.855964  Roman Road of Ankara (Cardo Maximus). This is an ancient Roman road  Artifacts of Pious Foundations (Vakif) Museum
    58 KB (7,135 words) - 14:52, 18 November 2015
  • Square) is where the original Roman Colony, founded in 183 BC, had a forum. The square served as a road hub over the Roman road, Via Aemilia. Today the modern
    14 KB (1,841 words) - 09:33, 27 January 2016
  • 47.6382710.74193  Via Claudia. Füssen is on the Via Claudia — the old Roman road from Donauwörth over the alps to Venice. You can travel the Via Claudia
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  • the King”. The trail is equipped with basic road signs. The Roman road of Teverina Bassa The Roman road of Monte Maestrino Rocca di Pierle (Pierle fortress)
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