The Servian Wall, Rome, Italy.
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The Servian Wall served
as a protective defence around the city of Rome. It was built in the early 4th
The wall was 11 km long, with a height of 10 metres and a thickness of 3.6 metres wide at its base.
The wall served Rome well keeping Hannibal out of Rome. It became unnecessary as Rome expanded and the Aurelian Walls was built.
These photographs were taken near Termini Station.