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Italy

Monte d'Accoddi

Monte d'Accoddi
Chronological Year: 
-4000 BCE/CE

Possibly an open-air temple, ziggurat, or a step pyramid, mastaba. A trapezoidal platform on an artificial mound, reached by a sloped causeway. New radiocarbon dating (2011) allow us to date the building of the first monument to 4000–3650 BC, the second shrine dating to 3500–3000 BC.

Via Gallica

View of the Roman road Via Gallica.
Chronological Year: 
370 BCE/CE

The Via Gallica was an ancient road of northern Italy which connected the Roman municipia of the Pianura Padana. It started from the Via Postumia next to Verona, and connected Brescia (Brixia), Bergamo (Bergamum) and Milan (Mediolanum), passing near Lake Garda.

In the first section of the road in Verona, existed a Christian necropolis, on which later the Abbey and the Basilica of San Zeno were erected.

Roman Colosseum

View of the Roman Colosseum, Series of archways.
Chronological Year: 
72 BCE/CE

The Colosseum also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, is an oval amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy. Mainly built from concrete and sand, it is the largest amphitheatre ever built and is considered one of the greatest works of architecture and engineering ever.