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1. Bridge of Apolodor in Damascus

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Short Description: The most brilliant engineering work of the Roman antiquity, with a length of 1135ma fost un pod construit de Apolodor din Damasc, arhitectul Columnei, între primăvara anului 103 și primăvara anului 105 pe Dunărea de Jos, la est de Porțile de Fier, î

2. Roman bridge

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3. The Old Cemetery in Satu Mare

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4. Situl arheologice Copaceni

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5. Necropolis Romana Hop Gauri

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6. Roman public buildings Carpeni

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7. Roman Temple Valley of Nan

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Short Description: The gold mines now belonged to the Roman taxhouse, which leased them to entire populations, and they brought home their organization with them.

8. Vila rustica

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Short Description: Fundatiile unei vile romane

9. Pietroasa lui Solomon

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10. Necropolele tracice de la Varf

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11. Necropola Neolitica Baciu

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Short Description: The limestone quarry of the Roman era.

12. Sultana Malu-Roşu

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Short Description: The most spectacular archaeological site in the country. Here was discovered the "Vase with Lovers", one of the prehistoric masterpieces.

13. Place of Battle of Rovine

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14. Burgus roman

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15. Dacic Bridge

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Short Description: The only wooden bridge that has been preserved for 2000 years ago.

16. Casian Amphitheater

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17. Turkish Bridge

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18. Jidovii

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19. The Armeano-Gregorien Episcopate Collection

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20. Valley of the Dinosaurs

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Short Description: Petrified remains of dinosaur bones were reported by Franz Nopcea, the descendant eccentric of a noble family in Hateg.