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Arch, Amphitheatre, Salona, Croatia, Europe
Croatia

Развалины римского амфитеатра, построенного во втором веке нашей эры.

Древний город Салона получил статус римской колонии в первом веке до нашей эры. Город был разрушен в 641 году нашей эры. Сейчас развалины находятся на территории города Солин.

Copyright: Oleg Zamzhitskiy
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Загружена: 10/01/2010
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