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Close to Trajan’s bridge built as a fort in the Roman province of Dacia. Built in 103 AD was the fist stone fortress built in Dacia with the main purpose of defending the Trajan’s bridge. The fort was hosting 500 solders.
The new Roman excavations were still not open to the public when we visited but when we explained how keen we were to see Trajan's Bridge a kindly curator took us on a personal tour, even though they could not speak English. They spoke French...More
New Roman archaeological sites were recently discovered while building the new modern museum building. The museum entry was 4 Lei (1 dollar) but we were not allowed to see the outside area with the excavated sites. We could see some from the museum and through...More
Recent restauration works show a lot of information about Roman architecture and lifestyle of the legions: the setting reveals at least two historical stages durring the ocupation of the Dacians - a peacefull people- by the civilised guests.
You may find Thermae, palestra, defensive walls...More
I visited the zone where will be built in two years a complex containing Castrul roman, a roman bath, the remaining of Apolodorus bridge, an odl church- it is near the archeolgy museum and near Danube.
I will visit the zone when the project will...More