Trajan’s marble column goes back to 113 A. in Rome. This column was built to commemorate the Roman emperor Trajan’s victory in the Dacian Wars. I like the spiral going around the column splitting the images up.
The ruins of the Phoenician and Roman city of Volubilis, an archaeological site in Morocco situated near Meknes. Volubilis features the best preserved Roman ruins in this part of northern Africa. In 1997 the site was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site
Rock sculpture -m high) of King Decebalus, the last king of the Dacians, Located on an outcrop on the Danube at the Iron Gates, which form the border between Romania & Serbia. Tallest rock sculpture in Europe.
The Lion Monument is a sculpture in Lucerne, Switzerland. It commemorates the Swiss Guards who were massacred in 1792 during the French Revolution, when revolutionaries stormed the Tuileries Palace in Paris, France.
The Ruins of Old Nor. Nor was once a successful & large city. No one knows what happened to cause its citizens to abandon it. Centuries later, a small village was built farther south & named after the mysterious city^