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Arch, Amphitheatre, Salona, Croatia, Europe
Croatia

Ruins of the Roman amphitheatre constructed in the second century of our era.

The ancient city of Salon has received the status of the Roman colony in the first century B.C. The city has been destroyed in 641 year of our era. Now ruins are on a city territory Solin.

Copyright: Oleg zamzhitskiy
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Geüpload: 10/01/2010
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