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The Roman Column, York

Categories: Monuments, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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  • The column stands directly opposite York Minster, before entering the old city, so it is impossible to pass by. Directly opposite the columns monument Roman Emperor Constantine, who was proclaimed as such just in York.
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  • This column is dated 300AD and was a former support of another building that the Roman soldiers of that time built, when they first came into York. The column is located at the end of Yorkminster outs...  read more »
  • Not a huge spectacle but worth a picture and to see if viewing the cathedral, which it is next too the monument. 
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  • Roman column that shows origines them ls York City. Here proclaimed emperor Constantino el Grande, in addition.
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