By marija64
170 days ago

Antique Palace in Serbia - Felix Romuliana

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In eastern Serbia, the ancient Roman Emperor Palace of Felix Romuliana (Felix Romuliana), located on the UNESCO World Heritage List, is located on 29 June 2007. It represents the residence of Roman Emperor Gaius Valerius Maximianus Gallery (Gaius Valerius Maximianus Galerius, 293-311), Diocletian's son-in-law.
According to a mother called Romula, he was called Romuliana (Romuliana). The palace seems to have never been completed, and the emperors of the 4th century left the magnificent estate to the Christian church. During the 5th century the palace was destroyed by the barbarians, and in the 6th century, Justinianus I renewed Romuliana in the form of a border fortress.
Inside there was a sumptuous palace, two pagan temples, three Christian churches, and other buildings. Floor mosaics are considered to be the finest achievements of the late antique period in Europe.
After the arrival of the Slavs at the end of the 6th century, the former Imperial residence was abandoned.

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