Hadrian's Wall

Hadrian's Wall is a defensive wall made ​​of stones and soil that became the bastion of Roman Britain. Wall built in the Age of the Roman Empire in 122 ad It stretches from the North Sea to the Irish Sea and at the time, and the wall is a boundary of the Roman Empire. The length of this wall is expected to reach 117 km (from segedunum, wallsend, river tyne to the Solway Firth coast), while the wide reach 6 meters high and 3.5 meters.

Now Hadrian's Wall has become the most popular tourist attraction in the UK. And most of the walls can still be encountered, especially the mid-section.
Because the wall is one of the most famous and historic in the world, then the wall was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.

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