Places Along Hadrian's Wall
Hadrian's Wall, built around AD 122 by Emperor Hadrian, marked the northern edge of the Roman Empire in Britain. Stretching 73 miles across northern England, it featured forts and defensive structures, serving as a defense, trade route regulator, and Roman symbol. Find a number of fascinating temples, bridges and buildings on this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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