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Lasting Creations In Ancient Rome

Lasting Creations In Ancient Rome

  • The Roman roads were built of several layers of stone and cement and were able to last for millennia due to the high level of craftsmanship and scientifically created design to withstand heavy loads and all weather conditions.
  • The Roman baths in Algeria are still used, 2000 years after being made.
  • The Roman Amphitheatre in France called the Arena of Nîmes still has live concerts in this age.
  • The roads, of course, have left the greatest mark, with their alignments and routes still in use, now overlaid with modern roads.

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