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Ambleside Roman Fort

Ambleside Roman Fort UK. Image: 360onhistory.com

On the way back from the Lake District, I stopped by at Borrans Field in Ambleside to see the Ambleside Roman Fort, at the northern end of Lake Windermere. It was really amazing. Roman remains in the middle of a town bustling with tourists.

The Ambleside Roman Fort covers approximately three acres and was probably built at the time of Roman Emperor Hadrian in 117–138 AD. He’s the one who built Hadrian’s Wall that separated…




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I write on science, history, nature, climate change, feminism, religion, politics & digital marketing. Check out my science and history blog: 360onhistory.com

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