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Hadrian’s Wall, Northumberland

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History and teachings
Hadrian’s Wall, also known as the Roman Wall, is a former defensive fortification of the Roman province of Britannia, begun in AD 122 in the reign of the emperor Hadrian. Hadrian’s Wall is the best preserved and most formidable of Rome’s great frontiers.

Cross-cultural dimensions
Hadrian’s Wall is a great example of Roman architecture. Hadrian along with his intensive interest in architecture, led to the creation of Hadrian’s Wall and the function was to warn those of the vast power held by Rome. The creation of a Symbolic wall would show the supreme power mastered by Rome, ultimately Roman architecture  influencing European culture.


Useful information:
Recommended for anybody who enjoys walking. General. Prior knowledge may be needed and recommended to prepare for a lot of walking. Free/affordable pricings.

Stretches across the width of the UK (Roughly from Carlisle to Newcastle Upon Tyne.) therefore accessibility is limited and resources are not offered.

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What Will You Learn?

  • The transversal skills and knowledge which can be acquired from this cultural experience are:- Enthusiasm and perserverance; the wall, being influenced by Roman architecture, allows visitors to admire and see for themselves the perseverance of what people are capable of. The walkable length of the wall is also inspiring for those to walk it today in order to see it all for themselves.

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