Amphitheater of El Jem
The Amphitheater of El Jem is an immense theatre in the classic Roman town of Thysdrus (now El Jem), dating from the 3rd century.
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The Archaeological Area of Aquileia covers one of the largest and wealthiest cities of the Early Roman Empire, and is considered the most complete example of an Early Roman city.
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Arles, Roman and Romanesque Monuments, represents the evolution of a classical Roman settlement into an important medieval city.
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Baalbek is a city and temple complex holding one of the finest examples of Imperial Roman architecture.
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The Ancient City of Bosra grew the most under the Romans, who paid great attention to it and was named Niatrojana Bostra as the capital of the state of Djezire under the king Trojan.
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Djemila is a mountain village in Algeria, near the northern coast east of Algiers, where some of the best preserved Roman ruins in North Africa are found.
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Dougga / Thugga is an impressive Roman ruin in northern Tunisia located on a 65 hectare site. Dougga was originally a fortified Berber village (the name Thugga meant "pastures").
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Frontiers of the Roman Empire
The Frontiers of the Roman Empire is a serial site that comprises parts of the Limes Romanus, a border defense or delimiting system of Ancient Rome.
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Gamzigrad-Romuliana, the imperial Palace of Galerius, is one of the most important Late Roman sites. Construction works started in 289 by the tetrarch Galerius to mark the place of his birth after a victory over the Persians.
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The Archaeological Site of Leptis Magna are the remains of the Phoenician port Lpgy, that was integrated into the Roman Empire in 46 BC.
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The Archaeological Ensemble of Mérida holds the remains of many public buildings that were the trademarks of a major Roman provincial capital.
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The Roman Theatre and its Surroundings and the "Triumphal Arch" of Orange comprises two of the best remaining examples of Roman theatres and arches.
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The Archaeological Areas of Pompei, Herculaneum and Torre Annunziata provide a complete and vivid picture of society and daily life at a specific moment in the past.
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Pont du Gard
Pont du Gard (Roman Aqueduct) is one of the oldest and most remarkable Roman hydraulic works. The bridge is 48.
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Roman Walls of Lugo
The Roman Walls of Lugo are the only complete and intact urban defensive walls surviving anywhere in the former Roman Empire.
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The Old Town of Segovia and its Aqueduct is a historic town with an excellently preserved civil engineering work from the Roman period ca.
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‘Syracuse and the rocky Necropolis of Pantalica’ is an ecclectic site that bears testimony to the development of Mediterranean civilisation in the past 3000 years.
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The Archaeological Ensemble of Tárraco (modern Tarragona) reflect the first and oldest Roman settlement on the Iberian Peninsula.
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Timgad, called Thamugas by the Romans, was a Roman colonial town in North Africa founded by the Emperor Trajan around 100 AD.
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Tower of Hercules
The Tower of Hercules is a lighthouse of Roman origin that is used as such until today. The Romans constructed the Farum Brigantium at the end of the 1st century or beginning of the 2nd.
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The Roman Monuments, Cathedral of St. Peter and Church of Our Lady in Trier are the testimonies of a Roman colony and its recognition of Christianity.
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Villa Adriana (Tivoli)
The Villa Adriana was the retreat of the Roman emperor Hadrian, and the remains of its monuments are great examples of classical architecture.
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Villa Romana del Casale
The Villa Romana del Casale is a Late Roman Villa (or Palace), dating from the late 3rd and early 4th century AD.
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The Archaeological Site of Volubilis encompasses the remains of a Roman city that was capital of Mauritania Tingitana.
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