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Roman wall ruins in Hungary

Roman wall ruins in Hungary
Roman wall ruins in Hungary | Photo: Dariusz Grochnal

Ruins of the Roman walls in the ancient city of Aquincum (present-day Budapest, Hungary) – the capital of the province of Pannonia Inferior.

At the end of the 2nd century CE the population of the city was even 30,000 people.

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