For almost 400 years the Roman Empire ruled much of Britain. During this time, they introduced their culture and built many Roman structures in the country.
The Hadrian’s Wall is one of many remains of fortifications built by the Roman Empire after invading Britain in the second century A.D.
A North East trust based at UNESCO World Heritage site, Hadrian’s Wall, has secured its future and the potential to make new discoveries across two Roman sites.
Source: Active Journeys with Jack Witt
Hadrian’s Wall may be older, bigger, stronger and better known, but the Unesco-listed Antonine Wall was the real final frontier of the Roman Empire.
The Antonine Wall is an ancient and historical monument originating as imperial Rome’s one-‐‑time…
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Hadrian’s Wall, the northwest boundary of the Roman Empire, is the North of England’s most popular attraction. Plan a visit with this complete guide.
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