Interactive Map of the Ancient and Other Ruins of Europe




In this documentary, in the form of an interactive Google Map, you can zoom in close and see the actual ancient and other ruins of Europe. Thus, you can actually see the palaces, forts, churches, ancient villages, castles, mounds, etc.; and with the Wikipedia links provide with each, you can read about the location. There are over 200 sites in this map, and it took two map pages, so be sure to use the Page Link at the bottom of the legend within the map.

Click here to speed up viewing this map, it will take you to the original Google Map, complete with legend.

Some of the locations in this map include  Arles, Castra Martis, the Colosseum and Forum, Gamzigrad, Herculaneum, Heraclea Lyncestis, Lyon, Mycenae, Ostia Antica, Plaosnik, Scylletium, Stonehenge,and more.

The locations were determine by the following:


Villa of the Quintilii.
Wikipedia Commons
Arles.
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Baths of Caracalla.
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Colosseum.
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Callanish Standing Stones.
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