Maybe the only Roman town in England never subsequently built over. Consequently you can stand on the Roman walls (remains) and see across to the opposite walls and get a real sense of what once was despite the absence of buildings. It stands in the midst open undeveloped open countryside, good for picnics.There are even the remains of an amphitheatre. Yet nobody ever seems to know about this gem, like the Ozymandias statue, silent and still it remains, a reminder of our past. Visit!
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