Aqueduct of Segovia
(Segovia, Spain) - The Aqueduct of Segovia which is estimated to have been built during the 1st century AD is considered one of the best-preserved ancient monuments in Spain.
Castillo de Xativa
(Xativa, Spain) - Originally contructed by the Romans as a fortified watchtower. The castle was then greatly exapanded during the muslim occupation.
Arena of Nimes
(Nimes, France) - Originally a Roman amphitheatre that was built around 70 AD it was later utilized as a bullring in 1863.
Ermita de Santa Helena
(Port de la Selva, Spain) - Part of the ruins of a medieval town. It is considered pre-romanic.
(Roses, Spain) - 4th century BC trading centre for the Greeks and was later occupied by the Romans in the 3rd century.
Colosseum of Rome
(Rome, Italy) - Contructed in 70-80 AD. The Colosseum would hold an estimated 50-80,000 spectators.