Roman Monuments in Tarraconensis?

Answer Hispania Tarraconensis was one of only three Spanish provinces occupied by the Roman Empire. This province ran along the Mediterranean coast, from the Pyrenees Mountains to the Bay of Biscay, and i... Read More »

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US Monuments?

The Antiquities Act of 1906 allows the President of the United States to designate national monuments with the goal of guarding "objects of historic or scientific interest." As of 2010, more than 1... Read More »

Nile Monuments?

At over 4,100 miles, the Nile River is the longest river in the world, stretching from Lake Victoria in Uganda and Tanzania to the Mediterranean Sea in Egypt. The Nile River was an important source... Read More »

Monuments of Pyramids?

Throughout history and across the world, civilizations have erected pyramids for ceremonial and religious purposes, and as monuments and tombs for the deceased. Pyramids, structures with a square o... Read More »

Monuments in the Northeastern U.S.?

Though a tiny corner of the United States, the northeast is filled with hundreds of years worth of American history. With many cities and towns dating back to the colonial period, the Northeast con... Read More »