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Ruinas romanas de Jerash

Ruinas romanas de Jerash

Tannasi

Tannasi

The Kiosk at Naqa.    Right next to the Lion Temple is an unidentified edifice known as the Kiosk, reflecting an amalgam of different cultures. Kushite, Egyptian, along with Roman, have all left a distinctive mark on its architecture.

The Kiosk at Naqa. Right next to the Lion Temple is an unidentified edifice known as the Kiosk, reflecting an amalgam of different cultures. Kushite, Egyptian, along with Roman, have all left a distinctive mark on its architecture.

Templo griego en Sagesta

Templo griego en Sagesta

Leptis Magna, Lybia.

Leptis Magna, Lybia.

Grand Place - Bruselas Una vez, cada dos años, se hacen estas alfombras gigantescas de flores! La plaza más linda del mundo... @GcaEjm

Grand Place - Bruselas Una vez, cada dos años, se hacen estas alfombras gigantescas de flores! La plaza más linda del mundo... @GcaEjm

Libia 02 Sitio arqueológico de Leptis Magna Embellecida y engrandecida por uno de sus hijos, el emperador romano Septimio Severo, la ciudad de Leptis Magna fue una de las más bellas del Imperio Romano, con sus grandes monumentos públicos, su puerto artificial, su mercado, sus almacenes, sus talleres y sus barrios de viviendas.

Libia 02 Sitio arqueológico de Leptis Magna Embellecida y engrandecida por uno de sus hijos, el emperador romano Septimio Severo, la ciudad de Leptis Magna fue una de las más bellas del Imperio Romano, con sus grandes monumentos públicos, su puerto artificial, su mercado, sus almacenes, sus talleres y sus barrios de viviendas.

Archaeological Site of Leptis MagnaLeptis Magna was enlarged and embellished by Septimius Severus, who was born there and later became emperor. It was one of the most beautiful cities of the Roman Empire, with its imposing public monuments, harbour, market-place, storehouses, shops and residential districts. Leptis Magna was a prominent city in Roman Libya. Originally a Punic foundation, it was greatly expanded under emperor Septimius Severus, who was a native of the city.

Archaeological Site of Leptis MagnaLeptis Magna was enlarged and embellished by Septimius Severus, who was born there and later became emperor. It was one of the most beautiful cities of the Roman Empire, with its imposing public monuments, harbour, market-place, storehouses, shops and residential districts. Leptis Magna was a prominent city in Roman Libya. Originally a Punic foundation, it was greatly expanded under emperor Septimius Severus, who was a native of the city.

Detalles  decorativos en  pilastra  central  del  Templo  de Karnac

Detalles decorativos en pilastra central del Templo de Karnac

Jardínes de Mirabell

Jardínes de Mirabell

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