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The watching dog in the gate is a master piece of art.
The walls of the ancient building surrounded by green arranged trees,and walking paths in between. On the other side of this park, there green grass surrounding the nearby church.. When we got there...More
We were the only people in the museum on the morning we visited. Reception was great and very informative - we enjoyed chatting with the young lady who was at the desk. While the ruins are not extensive, they are in a beautiful setting with...More
My wife as well as myself are greatly interested in ancient Roman history and wherever we travel we avail ourselves of every opportunity to visit local archaeological sites having to do with this subject. To our disappointment, the only thing to be found in the...More
Pannonia, the western part of Hungary is rich in Roman monuments. The Romans who had a high bathing culture in recognition of the healing power of the thermal lake settled in the area. The first real discovery was the Grave of the Roman soldier, that...More