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The long straight roads built by the Romans have, in many cases, become just as famous as their greatest emperors. Roman engineers were audacious in their plans to join one point to another in as straight a line as possible. Consequently, roads used bridges, tunnels, & other architectural & engineering tricks to create a series of breathtaking but practical monuments which spread from Portugal to Constantinople. The network of Roman roads covered over 120,000 km. (Info by Mark Cartwright)…

The long straight roads built by the Romans wherever they conquered have, in many cases, become just as famous names in history as their greatest emperors and generals. Building upon more ancient routes.

Procida - Campania, Italy

coiour-my-world: “ “ robyketti: “ Procida Italy ” Beautiful place ” Procida ~ one of the Phlegraean Islands off the coast of Naples in Italy.

Head of a statue of Antinous, lover of the Roman emperor Hadrian

Cabeza de una estatua de Antinoo, amante del emperador romano Adriano ºº Head of a statue of Antinous, lover of the Roman emperor Hadrian

Marcus Aurelius - my favorite Roman Emperor.

Aurelia is named in honor of the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius - "Alone of the emperors, he gave proof of his learning not by mere words or knowledge of philosophical doctrines but by his blameless character and temperate way of life.

Uzès, the first Duché of France. Provence. France.

Our House in Provence: Return to Uzès, the first Duché of France