Ostia Antica

By Jonathan Lo & Nick Weed

The first colony of Rome, this port city that was situated at the mouth of the Tiber River served as a gateway to transport material and military throughout the Mediterranean. Ostia has managed to survive the effects of the wear of time due to to the city being buried by sediments and mud from the TIber River. This city provides the opportunity to explore well-preserved Roman forum baths, an amphitheater, mosaics and a forum.

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