October 19, 2012

Roman Arch, Algeria

Photograph by George Steinmetz, National Geographic

This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Features

TIMGAD, ALGERIA
This triumphal arch awed visitors to the city of Thamugadi, founded by the emperor Trajan around A.D. 100 as a civilian settlement near the fort of Lambaesis. The grooves left by wagon and chariot wheels can still be seen in the stone road.

See more pictures from the September 2012 feature story "Roman Frontiers."


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3 comments
Hadjer Bel
Hadjer Bel

Yoy're right this sure looks like paradise, thanks for the picture, nice job, I like the fact that you chose the perfect timing...cloudy sky omg

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