- Legenda delicatului Domn de Rouă, transformat în pârâu la răsăritul soarelui: „Venea la iubita sa, fata lui Ler Împărat“
- Drumul de Rouă este, de fapt, Drumul lui Traian, care pornea pe teritorul României de astăzi de la podul transdanubian de piatră şi lemn de la Sucidava (podul, lung de peste 2 kilometri, lega cetăţile Oescus – Ghighen astăzi, din Bulgaria şi Sucidava ...
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- At its largest, the Roman Empire stretched across the length and breadth of UK, Europe and beyond covering a staggering 1,061,780 square miles (2,750,000 square km). But its size was can also be attributed to its downfall as managing such a large ...
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