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This is the NYS education building. At one point it used to be a museum. The load-bearing columns are recorded to be the longest corinthian columns in the world…

We visited Fishbourne Roman Palace this morning, all of half a mile from our house. The last time I went to the Palace was while I was still at school so I'd…

This was a new one for me…the Getty Villa wasn't open when I lived in Cali. So it was a first and I have to say that I like the original Getty much better. More…

A passionate afternoon nap under the ruins of Roman settlement Aquincum in Óbuda, Budapest. Reminds me of the book “Momo” from Michael Ende.

This is the remains of the ancient city of Jerash; built by the Romans in the 2nd Century AD… now in northern Jordan. I find these places fascinating; I've been…

Roman bridge at Chaves, a city on northern Portugal (known back then as “Aquae Flaviae”) Still as most of the original construction and it's still used in our…
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