The carbo maximus, or colonnaded avenue, at Amapea [aka qalaat Al-Mudiq] is, at nearly 2km long, one of its most stirring sights. Much of the remains are of Roman origin, and the site was later occupied by Arab and Crusader armies. | Stock Photo #4272-31731

Stock Photo #4272-31731, The carbo maximus, or colonnaded avenue, at Amapea [aka qalaat Al-Mudiq]  is, at nearly 2km long, one of its most stirring sights.  Much of the remains are of Roman origin, and the site was later occupied by Arab and Crusader armies.

Stock Photo - The carbo maximus, or colonnaded avenue, at Amapea [aka qalaat Al-Mudiq] is, at nearly 2km long, one of its most stirring sights. Much of the remains are of Roman origin, and the site was later occupied by Arab and Crusader armies.
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