Traces of Ancient Heritage

In its heyday, ancient Rome was the most imposing city of the known world and centre of one of the largest empires of all times but most of the more than one million residents viewed the metropolis as a foul juggernaut.

The tenement houses of the poor population with their thin walls were in danger of collapsing already in Antiquity and only few remnants allow us to conjecture how people lived inside. The remains of the numerous magnificent edifices bear witness still today to the sophisticated building skills of those times. 

  • Article no.: 4677123
  • Targetgroups: Sek I
  • Length: 17:25 min
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