Roman Ruins Spain

The Roman aqueduct in Segovia, Spain Source: Wikimedia

At its apogee in the early second century, the Roman Empire controlled five million square kilometers of land that stretched from Britain to the Persian Gulf. Speckled around this massive range of earth, remains of this former global hegemon still stand today. The sites below are among the most stunning reminders of Rome’s past power.

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Interested in Rome's effects in North Africa? Check out this video below:

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John has been writing for All That Is Interesting since 2014 and now lives in Madrid, Spain, where he writes and consults on international development projects in East Africa.
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