The Great Colonnade, along the Cardo Maximus or main street, 1.2 kms in length with porticoes at each end, 2nd century AD, Palmyra, Syria. In Roman city-planning, the Cardo Maximus runs north-south, intersecting with the east-west Decumanus Maximus Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Great Colonnade, along the Cardo Maximus or main street, 1.2 kms in length with porticoes at each end, 2nd century AD, Palmyra, Syria. In Roman city-planning, the Cardo Maximus runs north-south, intersecting with the east-west Decumanus Maximus Picture by Manuel Cohen

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