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Nephele, you're up!

 

Thank you, Maladict. Here we go...

 

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-- Nephele

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Thank you, Maladict. Here we go...

 

med_gallery_2070_85_127881.jpeg

 

-- Nephele

 

The aqueduct in Segovia, Spain?

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The aqueduct in Segovia, Spain?

 

 

Yay! Give that man a see-gar!

 

You're up now, Klingan!

 

-- Nephele

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Yay! Give that man a see-gar!

 

You're up now, Klingan!

 

-- Nephele

 

Thanks :whistling:

 

Here we go:

 

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Looks like the base of a Punic mausoleum so I'll say Carthage-Tunisia?

 

Nope, and it's not a mausoleum, maybe I made it a little too difficult =/

Edited by Klingan

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Rome? Naples? Syracuse?

 

Nope.

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Rome? Naples? Syracuse?

 

Nope.

 

 

The problem is that this type of ruins one may find from Spain to Syria, everywhere around mediterenian sea. I think there is even one in Rome looking similar to this one altough I dont remember if Iv seen in on the forum or somwhere else. Im more than sure to have seen at least 10 similar to yours Klingan. Is it really somthing unique?

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Rome? Naples? Syracuse?

 

Nope.

 

 

The problem is that this type of ruins one may find from Spain to Syria, everywhere around mediterenian sea. I think there is even one in Rome looking similar to this one altough I dont remember if Iv seen in on the forum or somwhere else. Im more than sure to have seen at least 10 similar to yours Klingan. Is it really somthing unique?

 

I've only seen on picture of something like this, and I've been going through quite a few books on antique architecture and art the last year. I thought it was special and it caught my interest.

 

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The same building, just another angel of it. Unless someone finds out what it is I guess I'll pick an easier one so that we can keep on going.

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Nope, but you are in the right time frame. It's an Serverian building.

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It's not a bad thing if it's too hard. Try giving us a hint instead of posting a new picture.

 

It looks like an inverted version of the nymphaeum at Jerash, but that's no help.

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Because of the trees, I think that it is Italy. Ostia? Nola?

Edited by Gaius Octavius

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Well, on the ground of architecture I afraid that Im a complete ignorant. I can tell the difference between circus and aqueduct or temple but thats all.

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