"The Hadrian's Wall was a Roman frontier fortification system of the British Limes, which was between Newcastle and Solway Firth, near the present-day border between Scotland and England in the UK, was built between 122 and 128 AD by order of Emperor Hadrian (76-138 [...] Large parts of the ramparts still exist today, especially in the most impressive middle section of the landscape.Mostly running on high plateaus, one has a good view over the surrounding area.This monument is today one of the most famous tourist attractions in the north of England and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987. " (Source: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hadrianswall)
I know this section around the well-known Sycamore Gap, also known as the Robin Hood Tree, and can only recommend a hike along this old border fort!
August 10, 2017
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