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Built on the Ro­man Em­pire’s north­ern­most fron­tier, Hadrian’s

Wall crossed the bor­der from coast to coast in what is now Cum­ber­land. 79 miles in length, it was guarded un­til Rome re­nounced Bri­tain in 410.

Hadrian’sWall was made a World Her­itage Site in 1987 and can be ex­plored to­day along with the forts

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