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Nice trip

Big building standind in the field of nothing. Everything else is gone by now, nearby is also the... read more

Reviewed November 1, 2017
daniela k
Do stop and look

Lambaesis was the largest Roman military installation in Africa. The site is allegedly being... read more

Reviewed February 14, 2017
rob2269
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Nov 1, 2017
“Nice trip”
Mar 22, 2017
“Took a while to find!”
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Reviewed November 1, 2017

Big building standind in the field of nothing. Everything else is gone by now, nearby is also the big amphiteater which reminds of magnificency of this place. Here and there even a miles away you can spot the Troyan acrs and some ruins - the...More

Thank daniela k
Reviewed March 22, 2017

It took us a while to find, since google maps wasn't very clear and our driver didn't know them. It is behind the prison, and you can't really visit the ruins, only have a look from the main road. They are interesting but nothing compared...More

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Reviewed February 14, 2017

Lambaesis was the largest Roman military installation in Africa. The site is allegedly being restored, it is fenced, but access is easy and the vandals have been active. The very large arch is the only standing structure. A massive cemetary site lies to the northeast...More

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Reviewed January 28, 2016

The large ruins located outside of Batna should not be missed. The ruins of a large Roman military garrison and a theatre can be visited. The military garrison camp has one of the largest free standing Roman buildings I have ever seen. The Roman theatre...More

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