Thursday, December 15, 2016

Frontiers of the Roman Empire | Germany

Unesco whs Germany
From the beginning of the 2nd century AD for approximately the next 150 years, the Limes marked the frontier between Rome’s Empire and the Germanic tribal territories. In Roman times, the Saalburg fort kept watch over a section of the Limes in the Taunus hills.

This fort is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site 'Frontiers of the Roman Empire'.
Abbey of Corvey, Unesco World Heritage site from Germany. The pictures on the left are not stamps


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