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Visit to Tropaeum Traiani

One of the most imposing ancient monuments in Romania, “Tropaeum Trajani” dates back to 109 AD and is a pretty unique site, in this part of Europe, located next to Adamclisi village. Just like Trajan’s Column in Rome, it represents a birth-certificate of the Romanian nation, depicting scenes from the armed conflicts between Rome and the Dacian Kingdom – Dacia. Built at the orders of Emperor Trajan by Apolodor of Damascus, to glorify the Romans’ victories against the peoples of Scythia Minor (present-day Dobrogea), the monument was decorated with 54 metopes representing a variety of scenes from the Roman campaigns in the Danube area and was 38m high. First you will see the 1977 restored version of Adamclisi Monument and you’ll proceed then to the Adamclisi Museum to see the original parts of the monument, most of the metopes, the ornamental statues and some other relics found in the area. Return to Constanta and the hotel. Meeting/ Pick up point: The clients will be picked up from their accommodation. Duration: 3 hours and 30 minutes. Start or opening time: at 09:00 am. End or closing time: Languages: Guide available in English, or another language: German, Italian, French, Spanish, if available upon client's request. Others: One of the most imposing ancient monuments in Romania, “Tropaeum Trajani” dates back to 109 AD and is a pretty unique site, in this part of Europe, located next to Adamclisi village. Just like Trajan’s Column in Rome, it represents a birth-certificate of the Romanian nation, depicting scenes from the armed conflicts between Rome and the Dacian Kingdom – Dacia. Meeting/pick-up point: The clients will be picked up from their accommodation. Duration: 3 hours and 30 minutes. Start/opening time: at 09:00 am. Languages: Guide available in English, or another language: German, Italian, French, Spanish, if available upon client's request. Others:The customers must be at the meeting point 15 min before the start of the tour.We recommend you do not feed stray-dogs or engage in play with them. Do not leave your belongings unattended and be aware of pickpockets. Some exchange offices in Romania charge service commission, so only change money at banks and/or exchange offices which do not charge commission. Guests should use cards whose PIN number they know. Cards that do not require a PIN number are less common in Romania