Apamea, Syria. : Stock Photo
Apamea, Syria. : Stock Photo

Apamea, Syria.

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A view down the main thoroughfare, known as the Cardo Maximus to the Romans. It is a staggering 1,850 metres (6,069 ft) long and 87 metres (285 ft) wide, and runs directly from north to south. Apamea's Cardo Maximus would be a stunning and awe inspiring monument if it were anywhere in the world, but the fact that it stands alone and seemingly forgotten on a rural plateau surrounded by empty rolling hills rather than choked in a modern cityscape makes it all the more breathtaking.Apamea, Syria.

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