|Colosseum in Italy
One of the greatest works of Roman architecture and probably the world's most renowned ruin is the Roman Colosseum or Coliseum - is an elliptical amphitheater in downtown Rome (Italy), the largest ever built in the Roman Empire. 50,000 seats Colosseum was built for gladiatorial fights and public spectacles. Other public events: the greatest fighting game in the world, hunt animals, executions, famous battles. It is said that the Coliseum over 500,000 people have died and one million wild animals. ...
|Palmyra in Syria
The Syrian desert Palmyra is hidden, often described as "bride of the desert." "Oasis", as it is sometimes called, is located near a hot spring called Afga, which makes this place an ideal stop those traveling between Iraq and Al-Sham. Palmyra, strategic location and prosperity, has attracted the interest of the Romans, who took over the city. Destiny largest kingdom, Palmyra, was better than that of their queen, Zenobia, she was beaten and taken into captivity in Rome, locked in chains ...
|Parthenon in Athens, Greece
Temple of Athena in Greece, was built in dry Partheon. 5th BC Acropolis hill. This is the most important surviving building of Classical Greece, generally considered to have helped the development of Greece. Its decorative sculptures are considered one of the high points of Greek architecture. Partheon is regarded as a lasting symbol of ancient Greece and Athenian democracy and one of the greatest cultural monuments. Ministry of Culture of Greece currently performing a program of restoration and reconstruction....