Sunday, May 19, 2013

Info about the old Roman roads in Italy


Here are some links about the old Roman roads in Italy:


  • All roads lead to Rome: Fact or Fiction? – Published May 4th, 2012 – by Alan Horton – Source: Found in the Tourist Blog portion of the Blogs subsection of the Italy section of – "The English-speaking community in France, Italy, and Spain"
  • Hiking A Roman Road In England – by Sean McLachlan – on Sep 4th 2012 at 2:00PM – Source: GADLING – "| TRAVEL BLOG |"
  • ROMAN ROADS – "Via Aemilia - Via Flaminia - Via Appia Photographs" – "ABOUT THIS PROJECT: As a tribute to these roads, I started to document the current Roman Roads in Italy. Transport, lodging, people, towns and landscapes are still key elements of these monumental landmarks - their actual use never changed. . ." – Contributor to Roman Roads: Hans Brooymans – Source: web site 
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    That's it for Sunday, 19 May 2013: domenica, 19 maggio 2013

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