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Hadrian's Wall

Described as the most important Roman monument constructed in Britain, Hadrian’s Wall stretched from coast to coast along the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire. Hadrian’s Wall is more than just a stone wall, its a large defensive system with a number of elements and a complex history. Today much of the mid-section of the wall is still well preserved and can be followed on foot, by cycle or by car. This guide provides information to the various sites and museums along the route of the wall between Newcastle upon Tyne and Bowness-on-Solway.

Milecastle 38 Inscription: Under Hadrian’s Orders

Sculptures on Hadrian’s Wall

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