The Roman Empire was vast. At its zenith, it included much of Europe, coastal northern Africa, the Balkans, Asia minor, and some parts of Mesopotamia and the Middle East. That's the modern-day equivalent of nearly 50 countries!
Discovering the Roman Empire's architectural legacy is one of the great pleasures of traveling. Browse the gallery and find out where to explore ancient Roman civilizations.
England - The Roman Baths, Bath, Somerset.
Italy - Farnese Gardens on Palatine Hill at the Roman Forum, Rome
Croatia - Diocletian's Palace, Split.
Italy - Villa Romana del Casale, Piazza Armerina, Sicily.
Portugal - House of the Fountains, Conímbriga.
Jordan - The ruins of ancient Gadara (Umm Qais).
France - The Amphitheater of Nimes.
Cyprus - Paphos mosaics, Paphos Archaeological Park.
Tunisia - Ruins of the Baths of Antoninus at Carthage.
England - Hadrian's Wall, the largest Roman artifact anywhere.
Lebanon - The Temple of Bacchus at Baalbek.
Lebanon - The Roman Triumphal Arch at Tyre.
Israel - The Caesarea aqueduct.
Algeria - The ruins of the Romano-Berber city of Timgad, in the Aurès Mountains.
Germany - The Trier Imperial Baths complex.