|Sucidava fort Archaeological site in Romania.|
Protecting the Roman Balkans
|Roman Troops manned forts along the Danube.|
(r. 582 - 602)
Roman troops pulled out
of the fort in 600AD.
|Near the fort there are remains of the 2400 m long bridge, which was built over the Danube in the period of the Emperor Constantine and inaugurated in 328 AD.|
Foundation of the church, the first Christian church north of the Danube.
|Entrance to the fort's well.|
|A well in the fort. From a tourist:|
"The clay pot is supposedly original. The guide was happy to offer us a drink."
Sucidava, Roman fortress on the Danube
|The Roman Limes System|
(Danubian Limes) (danubelimesbrand) (panacomp.net) (sucidava)