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Roman City Carnuntum, Petronell-Carnuntum

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  • simply fabulous very interesting and worth seeing for families and schools a must if you want to experience what
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  • The place is ", from Bratislava kusok. Areal pozostava from the reception, while the cell is like a big poprepletany between zrekonstuovanymi chodnikmi areal park historickymi buildings. In the inside of the building, a su dobove nabytky, equipment, eg. Green with tecucou water. In the lobby, it is possible to take a film like velkoplosny vstupny Guide to arealom before potulkami. Conversely, when leaving, in turn, was odpocinut you, polezat in the Hall with the sluchadlami on the head and in view and pocuvat naucneho the wizard. Materal is also in English. The front desk is Slovakian. Zakoncenie is possible even in the restaurant samoobsluznej
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  • "Carnuntum" was an important trading center on the intersection between the Amber Road and the Danube East of Vienna, located on the right bank of the Danube. Here, the Romans established a fortified camp with accompanying civilian town with high home decor; Carnuntum experienced its heyday in the 2nd to 4th century and had a population of about 50,000. The amphitheatre, the Heath gate (a four-door former ARCH), residential - business and craft houses were partially excavated and reconstructed with some remarkable mosaics. The amphitheatre provided space for 13,000 spectators. Several Roman emperors visited Carnuntum, Marcus Aurelius died here. An exhibition leads through the 2,000-year history of the site, there are several events during the summer months. Carnuntum is a magnet of visit to schools, students, tourists.
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